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Yoko YXC Pants Women Size Chart

XS S M L XL 2XL Grading
Inseam 74 cm 75 cm 76 cm 77 cm 78 cm 79 cm 1
1/2 Waist stretched 40 cm 42 cm 44 cm 46 cm 48 cm 50 cm 2
1/2 Waist relaxed 34.5 cm 36.5 cm 38.5 cm 40.5 cm 42.5 cm 44.5 cm 2
1/2 Hip width 45 cm 47 cm 49 cm 51 cm 53 cm 55 cm 2
Front rise (include waist) 17 cm 18 cm 19 cm 20 cm 21 cm 22 cm 1
Back rise (include waist) 29 cm 30 cm 31 cm 32 cm 33 cm 34 cm 1
1/2 Leg opening 13 cm 13.5 cm 14 cm 14.5 cm 15 cm 15.5 cm 0.5

How to measure

Follow the instructions below and compare your measurements with the size chart

Inseam Pants

Measure the distance between the crotch seam and the hem of the pants.

1/2 waist width (stretched)

To measure the half-waist width (stretched), lay down pants on a flat surface and measure the waist width from left to right, while stretching the product.
Note: Measure width, not circumference. The measurement relates to the width of the product not the body.

1/2 waist width (relaxed)

To measure the half-waist width (relaxed), lay down pants on a flat surface and measure the waist width from left to right.
Note: Measure width, not circumference. The measurement relates to the width of the product not the body.

1/2 hip width

To measure the half-hip width, lay down pants on a flat surface and measure the hip width from left to right. Note: Measure width, not circumference. The measurement relates to the width of the product not the body.

Front rise on pants (incl. waist)

To measure the front rise, lay down pants on a flat surface and measure the distance between the crotch seam and the top of the waistband.

Back rise on pants

To measure the back rise, lay down pants on a flat surface and measure the rear distance between the crotch seam and the top of the waistband

Leg opening

To measure the leg opening, lay down pants on a flat surface and measure the leg opening width from left to right. Note: Measure width, not circumference. The measurement relates to the width of the product not the body.

Tip! Use a soft measuring tape, to ensure that the product fits properly. Alternatively, use a piece of string and then measure it against a ruler

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