Size Guide

“All of our products have a different cut and fit depending on their style. Tailoring garments to their intended environment means that you get even more from your gear.”


Unsure Of Your Size?

Our size charts cover jackets, trousers, boots and gloves, helping to determine the best fit for you. There are also size charts within each product page plus any sizing advice that you should consider when selecting a size.

When between two garment sizes, order the larger size for a more relaxed fit and the option to layer up, or order a smaller size for a tighter fit when layers and liners are less likely to be required.

Visit A Merlin Reseller

You can also visit a Merlin reseller in order to get advice and try on different garments. Use our Store Finder to search for your nearest reseller.

Garment Size Designations

You will see that different garments have different sizing designations, either alpha or numeric. Leather garments have numeric designations, such as 42″ for men or 14 ladies. With less flexibility and room to adjust the fit, our leather is very specific in size.

Our textile garments usually include bicep, forearm, waist and hem adjustment points, giving riders the option to truly tailor their fit. As a result, our textile designation is alpha, Small, Medium, Large etc. This more generic size designation is great for the versatility of layering and fit.

Need More Help?

Should you still find it difficult to choose the right size, just use one of our contact methods and we’ll happy help you out.

Size Guide

Men’s Garment Size Guide

How to Measure Chest: Measure around the fullest part of the chest, under the armpits, keeping the tape horizontal

How to Measure Waist: Measure around the natural waist line, inline with the naval, keep the tape horizontal

Women’s Garment Size Guide

Footwear Size Guide

Men’s Gloving Size Guide

How to Measure Gloves: Measure around the palm of the hand at the fullest part, excluding the thumb

Women’s Gloving Size Guide

How to Measure Gloves: Measure around the palm of the hand at the fullest part, excluding the thumb

Trouser Leg Lengths