How to Measure Yourself for Chickfly’s Pants and Leggings
It is important that you are able to measure yourself with ease and confidence so you can get the right fit for your Chickfly pants or leggings. Chickfly comes from a background of research and development and we know the importance of measuring, so check out our easy guide to get the perfect fit for your Chickfly pants and leggings.
The fly in Chickfly pants is a stretchy portion of fabric that goes between the legs and wraps around the hips. It must be tight, but not so tight that it doesn’t stretch when you open it. That’s why the hip measurement on Chickfly pants is so important - it needs to be the right size for your body so that the fly works properly.
Take measurements around your waist and hips with a soft tape measure. The hip measurement is the most important. Chickfly pants are made to fit comfortably yet snugly. Chickflys were designed for women but actually work well for everyone.
We want you to be able to use your chickfly pants in a variety of situations from hiking in the wilderness to casual day wear around town. To ensure that you have a good fit for any use, we offer the following specifications to support you getting the right size.
How to Measure the Hips on Chickfly Pants
- Hips - Take your hip measurement as the circumference of the widest part of your hips. This may be at your hip bone, or lower if you have a curvaceous booty. Use this "Low Hip" measurement at your widest point as your guide. Take several hip measurements with a loose tape and choose the widest one. If you have a big booty, use only the hip size measurement. The waist will adjust because it is stretchy.
How to Measure the Waist on Chickfly Pants
- Waist - You will want to measure the circumference of your waist at the narrowest part above your belly button and below your breasts. Stand in a relaxed manner and relax your gut and chest. Try measuring at multiple points up and down your waist with a loose tape measure to find the narrowest point. This is your waist measurement. If you’re pear- or hourglass-shaped, your natural waist should be pretty easy to find. If you’re apple-shaped or banana-shaped or carry a good deal of your weight around your waist, though, it may be a bit harder to locate, and may actually be larger than your hip measurement. If your waist is bigger than your hips, use your hip size as your guide.
3XL sizing is also now currently available for the classic bamboo Chickfly pants