Women's Size & Fit Guide: for Proper Fit
In our work with the NFPA 1977 committee over the past several years, the overlying concern was how to get everyone in the proper fitting uniform for their body type. With no oversight as workers go into the field, we wanted to create not only the best fitting uniform, but to also make sure you find the correct size to fit your body type.
Since Green Buffalow has worked long and hard to bring you the best fitting Wildland Firefighting uniform, we want to make sure you order the correct size. There's nothing worse then a bad fitting uniform (hence, why we are in business!). Please see our guidelines below to make sure you order the best size for your body, and look below to see what an appropriate fit looks like (though fit will vary depending on body shapes).
TO ENSURE PROPER SIZING, PLEASE SEND MEASUREMENTS AND NORMAL LADIES SIZE IN NOTES WHEN ORDERING, AND WE WILL MAKE SURE YOU ARE IN THE BEST SIZE.
*If you don't see your size listed, please contact our Fit Specialist at: firstname.lastname@example.org
|SHIRT SIZE & FIT GUIDE|
|Ladies shirt size||(0-2)||(4-6)||(8-10)||(12-14)||(16)|
|PANT SIZE & FIT GUIDE|
|Ladies pant size||(0-2)||(4-6)||(8-10)||(12-14)||(16)|
|Waist - pant||26-28||28-30||30-32||33-35||36-38|
|Average Height||5'3" or less||5'4"-5'7"||5'8" & above|
Below is what a properly fitting uniform should look like. Please notice that it is not too tight against the skin, so you can move with ease. It also does not have excess amounts of fabric that pull against you as you move, which causes bunching and pressure points. For a proper inseam, the pant leg does not "bunch" up at bottom. If you have extra fabric at the bottom hem that is bunching, then your inseam may be too long. Green Buffalow has an athletic fit that will allow for movement without excess fabric, due to our Technical Athletic Fit™.