Sizing Guides

We have collected all of the sizing charts and guides for every applicable product that we sell and have organized them for your ease of use. We do recommend that if you have any questions on how to take a measurement or how to decode a chart or guide that you contact us before placing your order. We also recommend that you are aware of what items are eligible for size exchanges and what ones aren't before you place your order. You can find that information by checking our Exchanges and Refunds Policy.

If you have any sizing questions please feel free to contact us. Also, please note that all measurements are taken in inches. 


Sizing Guides by Brand

A3 Performance
The Finals
Carve Designs
Ruffle & Rugged Butts


Technical Suits Sizing Guides

Please double check your size against the measurements on all technical suits before you buy them. Technical suits are a final sale item as per our Exchanges and Refunds Policy and therefore are not eligible for returns or size exchanges. If you have any questions on how to take your measurements or how to read the charts and guides please contact us

You will need someone to help you take measurements correctly, especially when measuring for technical suits. This is not a task that can be accurately done by the swimmer alone. The technical suit charts that you will find here are the ones that we use when you come into our store or have us size you at events. 


Basic Sizing Guide

The following sizing guide is the generic one that we have created to help fit swimmers into team style workout suits. This is just a starting point and you may need to move up or down a size or two depending on how tight or loose fitting you prefer your suits. This guide was designed with competitive swimmers in mind and how tightly they tend to prefer their suits to fit in order to cut down on drag. 

A couple of things to note before you you start to find your size are: all male suits are done by waist size; the male suits and drag shorts guide is the same; and women looking for a drag short or a male suit bottom can refer to the women's sizing guide side of the chart because the sizes do translate well. For drag shorts is is recommended that you start at least one size bigger then your suit size and go up from there depending on how much drag you wish to have.  

This guide is a quick reference when ordering practice suits. If you would like to use a more exact guide that utilizes measurements you can find those sizing charts by brand from the list above.