Pants Measurement Guide

Using a flexible measuring tape with your feet slightly apart, take your waist and hip measurements keeping the tape parallel to the floor. If you don’t have a flexible measuring tape, you can use a string and then measure the length against a ruler.

If you are unsure of your exact size, we have provided a measurement range for our waist and hip measurements. Due to the optimal stretch and recovery of our proprietary fabric compared to a rigid fabric, we recommend that you order one size smaller if you prefer a slimmer fit. The measurements in the charts above represent the measurements of the clothing, not your body, so don’t be confused if your body measurements don’t match exactly to the garment measurements.

Once you've got your measurements, discover DUER’s high-stretch, low-synthetic apparel for pants that fit just right.

How to Measure Your Waist?

Place the measuring tape above your belly button at the smallest part of your waist. Relax your stomach and wrap the tape around your waist. Make sure to keep the tape snug, but not tight, and ensure that the the tape measure is level from front to back.

How to Measure Your Thigh Circumference?

Standing with feet shoulder width apart, wrap the measuring tape around the thigh, where the bottom of your butt meets the top of your thighs. Make sure to keep the tape snug, but not tight, and ensure that the the tape measure is level from front to back.

How to Measure Your Hip Width?

Standing with feet shoulder width apart, wrap the measuring tape around the fullest part of your hips, across your butt and straight across the front of your pelvis. Make sure to keep the tape snug, but not tight, and ensure that the the tape measure is level from front to back.

How to Measure Your Inseam?

Grab your favourite pair of pants or shorts that already fit you well and lay them on a flat surface. Measure from the crotch seam to the bottom opening of the pant.

Bonus: How to Measure Your Pelvis

Place the measuring tape above your belly button at the smallest part of your waist. Bring it down under your crotch, up around the curve of your butt and back up to the waist at your back. Relax your stomach when measuring; otherwise, your pants will feel too tight.

Bonus: How to Measure Your Butt Size

People with athletic builds often have trouble finding pants that fit their butts properly. Measure your butt for the perfect fit.

Looking at your profile in the mirror, wrap the measuring tape around the fullest point of your butt, meeting at the front of your hips. Make sure to keep the tape snug, but not tight, and ensure that the tape measure is level from front to back.

Size Conversions

DUER SIZE* UK EU
28 28/29 38/40
30/31 30/31 40/42
32/33 32/33 42/44
34 34 44
36 36 46
38 38 48
40 40 50

PLEASE NOTE: The following information is intended for use as a general guideline. All conversions are approximate.

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