Tómate las medidas – hombre

Prendas hechas según tus medidas y proporciones únicas.

Muchas gracias por encargar tu prenda especial con nosotros.
El siguiente paso es tomarte tus medidas. Para eso, estás justo en el lugar adecuado.

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Algunas consideraciones a tener en cuenta antes de que empieces:

  1. Cuánto vas a tardar: dependerá de la cantidad de medidas que necesites para la prenda que has encargado, pero serán un máximo de 15 minutos.
  2. Esto no es física cuántica, no te preocupes. Lee las instrucciones con atención y seguro que lo harás bien.
  3. Tomarse las medidas es como cortarse el pelo: no puedes hacértelo a ti mismo, necesitarás que alguien las tome en ti. Cualquiera lo puede hacer: tu pareja, un amigo, tu abuela o un vecino. Cualquiera que tengas a mano (ver punto nº2).
  4. Cosas que vas a necesitar: una cinta métrica y (sólo en caso de que te tomes las medidas de tu cuerpo) goma elástica lo bastante larga como para poder atártela alrededor de la cintura.
  5. Tómatelas vistiendo sólo una capa de ropa fina o en ropa interior. No queremos ningún bulto o volumen que no sea real.
  6. *IMPORTANTE*. necesitamos las medidas reales de tu cuerpo, por tanto la cinta métrica debe quedar ajustada a tu cuerpo. No suelta, tampoco que te aprete. Simplemente ajustada.

Si tienes alguna duda durante el proceso y te quedas parado, ponte en contacto y con gusto te echaremos una mano. En ese caso puedes guardar tus medidas como ‘borrador’ y seguir con ellas más tarde.

¿Preparado? ¡Vamos allá!

Take your measurements man
Please be as precise as needed: don't be afraid of using 1/2, 1/4 or even 3/8 and 7/8 on your measurements. On some measurements, a half an inch difference can be a lot. The more precise, the better.

garment type

explicacions home

You can take measurements for your new Aguyé slacks from a favourite pair of yours.

WAIST

OUTSEAM

INSEAM

KNEES

It is the distance from the waist to the knees. You don't have to enter anything here, as knee height will be automatically calculated from the outseam measurement you previously entered. Use this measurement to know where to take the knee width.
It is the distance from the waist to the knees. You don't have to enter anything here, as knee height will be automatically calculated from the outseam measurement you previously entered. Use this measurement to know where to take the knee width.
Measure, from the top egde down, the distance shown on step nº16.
At this point, measure the width of the leg, horizontally.

BOTTOM OPENING

Mide el ancho de tus pantalones en su abertura inferior.

CROTCH

Place something straight (like a ruler) horizontally at the crotch level, on the front. Measure the crotch height vertically and straight, from the waist down to the ruler level. Don't follow the crotch curve.

WAIST

First of all, we need to locate your waist.
We will tie (preferably) an elastic tape around your natural waist, and this "line" will serve us as a reference for all vertical measurements, as they are all taken from or to the waist.

Your natural waistline is about 3-4cm, or 1"- 1" 1/2, above your belly button. On the sides, it is in between your upper hip bone and your bottom rib. You can easily locate it by bending sideways while touching and feeling the sides of your body.

Please tie your tape, cord or elastic tape around it, and make sure it is leveled the same front and back, completely horizontal.

Put the measuring tape around your waist, around the elastic tape. Make sure there's no unreal bulk from your shirt, t-shirt or belt (specially on the back).
Measure the real waist contour (not less, not more) by fitting the elastic tape to the body. Do not leave it loose nor pull it too tight.

CHEST

Measure around the fullest part of your chest and make sure the measuring tape is leveled the same front and back, completely horizontal.

BACK WIDTH


When you are sure that you are finding this bone, you are ready to measure the back width.
Touch the shoulder from the back and you will find a bone.
Do it on the left shoulder and then on the right.
Measure from the center of this bone in the left shoulder, to the center of the same bone on the right.
The tape should be straight when you view it from your angle, but as the back is not a flat surface, it looks a bit curved on the picture.

TORSO LENGTHS

Here we need to locate the point where the shoulder line meets the base of the neck.
Which means: viewed from the front, it will be at the base of the neck. Viewed from the side, it will be at the highest point of an imaginary line from shoulder to neck.
It's easier to locate it if you look from the front first and then from the side.
Do you have it? You can even paint a dot on the skin with an eyeliner or similar to have this point located at all times.
We will measure the back torso length by placing the tip of the tape on this point, and measuring straight and vertical down to the waist, on the back.
Now we will measure the front torso length by placing the tip of the tape on the same point, and measuring straight and vertical down to the waist, on the front.

SHOULDER HEIGHT

Measure from the top point of the shoulder, straight down until the waist.

UNDERARM HEIGHT


Once you have found the right position, lift the arm while keeping the ruler on the same place by pressing it onto the side of your body with the hand.
Take a ruler (or any other straight hard material) and place it under your arm.
Place it high, but not as high that it becomes uncomfortable. You should feel it does not stick into your armhole.
Make sure it is horizontal and not slanted.

Now, while keeping the ruler with one hand, with the other hand place the tip of the measuring tape at the top edge of the ruler.
Measure the underarm height from this point, straight down until the waist.

NECK CONTOUR

Measure around the neck at its base. As with all measurements, tape should not be loose nor too tight, but it should be just fitted.

ARMS






Now measure from the center of that shoulder bone, down until the hand, following the contour of the arm.




Please locate the back shoulder bone again. It's the bone you found when measuring the back width.
Have the arms relaxed, hanging naturally on the sides of your body.







Measure until the point where the hand starts: is the place where the arm starts to get wider.
Now fold your arm in a 90º angle, and measure from the same shoulder point, down until the elbow.

PLEASE NOTE: the arm on the picture is wrongly folded for this measurement, as it should be folded in a 90º angle. Yes, we took the picture wrong by mistake. Please fold your arm in a 90º angle when taking this measurement.

...and continue measuring down until the end of the arm to get the total arm length - folded 90º.

While keeping your arm folded in 90º, measure around the elbow. Don't pull too tight, just place the measuring tape fitted without making pressure on the arm.
Measure around the wrist.
Measure around your arm, at the mid part of your biceps, to know the biceps contour.



... And release the tape from its position while keeping your finger there.









... And measure the biceps length: from the back shoulder bone, straight down until the point where you measured the biceps contour.
Now we want to know at what height did we measure the biceps contour.
To locate the biceps length, first put one finger on the tape, on the side.











Still keep that finger on the same place, and with the other hand locate the back shoulder bone one more time.






Altura

Please let us know if you think there is something about your figure we should know or would be helpful to us. Thanks!

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FINAL CONSIDERATIONS

That's it! You have finished taking your measurements, many congrats! Now you only need to submit them and you'll be done. Or if you placed your order on our website and you are already logged in, you can instead save the work you've done so far as a draft and finish later on.

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