Unfortunately, our industry has not fully standardized sizing and measurements. Until that time, please use this tutorial on how to accurately gauge the sizing of our products before you buy.
On every product page on ShareTheDamnRoad.com you will find an image of the size chart associate with the item. The size chart will be next to the rest of the product photos.
The measurements on our size charts are the measurements of the garment, not the rider. After almost 10 years of testing, we found this to be the most reliable way to describe the fit of an item. It makes no sense to say a jersey fits riders between 120-130 pounds since it completely ignores the height or body composition of the rider.
To pick your size, take a garment that fits you snug against the skin and take the 1/2 chest, front, and back length measurements. Make a note of those measurements and compare them to our size chart to find which size will fit similarly. Don't have a garment that fits absolutely perfectly, try pinching a piece of the fabric and subtracting that amount from the measurement.
The 1/2 Chest Measurement is the measurement from armpit to armpit.
The Front Length Measurement is the measurement from the very bottom of the collar to the end of the zipper.
The Rear Length Measurement is the measurement from the bottom of the collar to the very bottom of the jersey, below the pockets.
Please note, the top number is in Inches and the bottom number is in Centimeters for each measurement.
We use high end snythetic fabrics for all of cycling bibs. Our bibs are meant to have a degree of compression, as do most on the market. When making measurement comparisons, be sure to use a garment that fits snug against the skin with some degree of compression.
We invite any and all questions about our sizing. Please use the contact form below, contact us through facebook, or call +1-352-575-0223 with any questions. We are more than happy to help guide you through the size selection process. We also offer free exchanges within 30 days of purchase provided that the garments are in original condition with tags intact.
How To Pick The Perfect Size
These sizes reflect our stock jersey cuts. Custom Club clothing is cut slightly differently and you should refer to your fit kit for sizing specs.
Club Cut is the standard, relaxed cut for most jerseys, designed for overall comfort. Choose Club Cut if you're just planning to go out and enjoy a day on the bike. Our Rec Jersey line is available in club cut.