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Sizing Charts & Fitting Guides

Whether you're shopping for Mont Clothing, Sleeping Bags, Hats or Backpacks, find the correct size with the help of our detailed Size Charts in both metric and imperial units.

Size Charts Metric

Measurements refer to body size not garment dimensions.

Size (cm) 8 10 12 14 16 18
Bust 82-85 87-90 92-96 98-103 105-111 114
Sleeve 75 77.5 80 82.5 85 88
Waist 68 73 78 84 92 102
Hip 90-93 95-98 100-103 105-110 112-118 122
Inseam Leg 78 80 82 84 85.5 85.5

Guide to taking measurements

Bust: Take measurement around the fullest part of the chest, just under the arms and across the shoulder blades.

Sleeve: With elbow bent, measure from centre back of neck (at C7 vertebra) to elbow and down to prominent outside wrist bone.

Waist: Measure around the smallest part of your waist (natural waistline).

Hips: Stand with feet together and measure largest circumference at hips.

Inseam: Measure a pair of well fitting pants from crotch to bottom of leg.

Fitting Guide

Next to Skin Fit: Designed to be worn next to skin. Body hugging fit for thermal and moisture management.

Active Fit: Trim fitting garments, ideal for active pursuits. Designed to fit over a base layer as required.

Regular Fit: A classic comfortable cut. Designed to fit over base and mid layers without restricting movement.

Relaxed Fit: A generous and relaxed fit. Cut loose enough for layering.

LAYERING SYSTEM

Using a combination of different layers is the best system for staying dry and keeping warm in winter, or comfortable in summer. Below is a simple guide to the different layers and garment types that can build a great layering system for a wide range of adventures.

Base layers and Next to Skin: This is your first layer and it should be a layer that wicks moisture away from the skin and drys quickly. Polartec Power Dry® garments are the perfect first layer, keeping you dry and comfortable in a wide range of conditions. We do not recommend merino as a base layer as it will absorb up to 30% of its weight in sweat, will become heavy and is very slow to dry.

Fleece & mid layers: A perfect second layer should be a warm, mid weight fleece garment or similar. Something with good stretch and moisture management is ideal.

Insulation layers: In colder conditions and for snow and alpine sports, a warm insulation layer is a great idea. Depending on conditions and how much you feel the cold, consider another fleece layer or a synthetic or down insulated garment. Garments in this category may have a hood, and also be wind & water resistant to delay the need to put on your shell jacket in cold windy conditions. When purchasing insulation layers ensure the sizing and fit allows for a base layer and lightweight mid layer underneath.

Shell Jackets: This waterproof, windproof and breathable layer is your essential piece of gear. It will keep you dry when the heavens open up, or shield you from blizzards in alpine winter conditions. Wear it over a single layer in mild weather or layer up in extreme cold, this garment should always find a place in your backpack. When choosing a shell jacket for bushwalking, trekking, ski or alpine climbing always ensure the fit and sizing allows for a base layer and some mid layers underneath, this way you can use it on adventures all year round.

Insulated Shell & Belay Jackets: If you're heading to Antarctica or have an alpine climb in mind, then it is common to have a very warm insulated outer layer. You can wear it at a high camp or over your shell jacket and other layers whilst on a frigid belay or an unexpected bivy. This is a specialist piece of gear for those who feel the cold or are heading to the high mountains. Ensure the fit allows for multiple layers to be worn underneath.

Measurements refer to body size not garment dimensions.

Size (cm) XS SM MD LG XL 2XL 3XL
Chest 89-92 95-98 102-106 110-114 118-122 126-130 134
Sleeve 82 84 86 89 92 95 96
Waist 76 80 86 94 102 108 118
Hip 89 94 100 108 116 124 130
Inseam Leg 82 82 84 86 88 90 90

Guide to taking measurements

Chest: Take measurement around the fullest part of the chest, just under your arms and across the shoulder blades.

Sleeve: With arm relaxed at your side and slightly bent, measure from centre back of neck, across shoulder, to your elbow and down to your wrist.

Waist: Measure around the smallest part of your waist (natural waistline).

Hip: Standing with feet hip width apart, measure around the widest part of the hips.

Fitting Guide

Next to Skin Fit: Designed to be worn next to skin. Body hugging fit for thermal and moisture management.

Active Fit: Trim fitting garments, ideal for active pursuits. Designed to fit over a base layer as required.

Regular Fit: A classic comfortable cut. Designed to fit over base and mid layers without restricting movement.

Relaxed Fit: A generous and relaxed fit. Cut loose enough for layering.

LAYERING SYSTEM

Using a combination of different layers is the best system for staying dry and keeping warm in winter, or comfortable in summer. Below is a simple guide to the different layers and garment types that can build a great layering system for a wide range of adventures.

Base layers and Next to Skin: This is your first layer and it should be a layer that wicks moisture away from the skin and drys quickly. Polartec Power Dry® garments are the perfect first layer, keeping you dry and comfortable in a wide range of conditions. We do not recommend merino as a base layer as it will absorb up to 30% of its weight in sweat, will become heavy and is very slow to dry.

Fleece & mid layers: A perfect second layer should be a warm, mid weight fleece garment or similar. Something with good stretch and moisture management is ideal.

Insulation layers: In colder conditions and for snow and alpine sports, a warm insulation layer is a great idea. Depending on conditions and how much you feel the cold, consider another fleece layer or a synthetic or down insulated garment. Garments in this category may have a hood, and also be wind & water resistant to delay the need to put on your shell jacket in cold windy conditions. When purchasing insulation layers ensure the sizing and fit allows for a base layer and lightweight mid layer underneath.

Shell Jackets: This waterproof, windproof and breathable layer is your essential piece of gear. It will keep you dry when the heavens open up, or shield you from blizzards in alpine winter conditions. Wear it over a single layer in mild weather or layer up in extreme cold, this garment should always find a place in your backpack. When choosing a shell jacket for bushwalking, trekking, ski or alpine climbing always ensure the fit and sizing allows for a base layer and some mid layers underneath, this way you can use it on adventures all year round.

Insulated Shell & Belay Jackets: If you're heading to Antarctica or have an alpine climb in mind, then it is common to have a very warm insulated outer layer. You can wear it at a high camp or over your shell jacket and other layers whilst on a frigid belay or an unexpected bivy. This is a specialist piece of gear for those who feel the cold or are heading to the high mountains. Ensure the fit allows for multiple layers to be worn underneath.

Inseam: Measure a pair of well fitting pants from crotch to bottom of leg.

Measurements refer to body size not garment dimensions. Wearing ease alters depending on style and fabric.

Size (cm) XS SM MD LG XL 2XL 3XL
Chest 89-92 95-98 102-106 110-114 118-122 126-130 134
Sleeve 82 84 86 89 92 95 96
Waist 76 80 86 94 102 108 118
Hip 89 94 100 108 116 124 130
Inseam Leg 82 82 84 86 88 90 90
Size (cm) 3XS = 6 2XS = 8 XS = 10
Chest 77-80 83-86 89-92
Sleeve 78 80 82
Waist 68 72 76
Hip 77 83 89

Guide to taking measurements

Chest: Take measurement around the fullest part of the chest, just under your arms and across the shoulder blades.

Sleeve: With arm relaxed at your side and slightly bent, measure from centre back of neck, across shoulder, to your elbow and down to your wrist.

Waist: Measure around the smallest part of your waist (natural waistline).

Hip: Standing with feet hip width apart, measure around the widest part of the hips.

Fitting Guide

Next to Skin Fit: Designed to be worn next to skin. Body hugging fit for thermal and moisture management.

Active Fit: Trim fitting garments, ideal for active pursuits. Designed to fit over a base layer as required.

Regular Fit: A classic comfortable cut. Designed to fit over base and mid layers without restricting movement.

Relaxed Fit: A generous and relaxed fit. Cut loose enough for layering.

LAYERING SYSTEM

Using a combination of different layers is the best system for staying dry and keeping warm in winter, or comfortable in summer. Below is a simple guide to the different layers and garment types that can build a great layering system for a wide range of adventures.

Base layers and Next to Skin: This is your first layer and it should be a layer that wicks moisture away from the skin and drys quickly. Polartec Power Dry® garments are the perfect first layer, keeping you dry and comfortable in a wide range of conditions. We do not recommend merino as a base layer as it will absorb up to 30% of its weight in sweat, will become heavy and is very slow to dry.

Fleece & mid layers: A perfect second layer should be a warm, mid weight fleece garment or similar. Something with good stretch and moisture management is ideal.

Insulation layers: In colder conditions and for snow and alpine sports, a warm insulation layer is a great idea. Depending on conditions and how much you feel the cold, consider another fleece layer or a synthetic or down insulated garment. Garments in this category may have a hood, and also be wind & water resistant to delay the need to put on your shell jacket in cold windy conditions. When purchasing insulation layers ensure the sizing and fit allows for a base layer and lightweight mid layer underneath.

Shell Jackets: This waterproof, windproof and breathable layer is your essential piece of gear. It will keep you dry when the heavens open up, or shield you from blizzards in alpine winter conditions. Wear it over a single layer in mild weather or layer up in extreme cold, this garment should always find a place in your backpack. When choosing a shell jacket for bushwalking, trekking, ski or alpine climbing always ensure the fit and sizing allows for a base layer and some mid layers underneath, this way you can use it on adventures all year round.

Insulated Shell & Belay Jackets: If you're heading to Antarctica or have an alpine climb in mind, then it is common to have a very warm insulated outer layer. You can wear it at a high camp or over your shell jacket and other layers whilst on a frigid belay or an unexpected bivy. This is a specialist piece of gear for those who feel the cold or are heading to the high mountains. Ensure the fit allows for multiple layers to be worn underneath.

Measurements refer to body size not backpack dimensions. See Backpack Fitting Guide for more information.

Harness Size Extra Small Women's
/Small
Medium Large
Back Length 35-45cm 40-50cm 45-55cm 50-60cm

Guide to taking measurements

Measure from your C7 vertebrae down your spine to the point level with the top of your hipbones, the iliac crest. The C7 vertebrae is the one that sticks out prominently at the back of your neck when you tilt your head forward.

sleeping bag size Women's Standard Extra Large 2 Extra Large
Maximum user height 170cm 185cm 200cm 200cm
Maximum user shoulder circumference 155cm 160cm 170cm 176cm
Expedition fit sleeping bag size Small/Medium Medium/Large
Maximum user height 185cm 200cm
Maximum user shoulder circumference 160cm 170cm
Size SM MD LG XL
Maximum Circumference (cm) 56 58.5 61 63
 

Size Charts Imperial

Measurements refer to body size not garment dimensions. Wearing ease alters depending on style and fabric.

Size (in.) 8 10 12 14 16 18
Bust 32-33 34-35 36-38 39-41 41-43 45
Sleeve 30 31 31 32 33 35
Waist 27 29 31 33 36 40
Hip 35-37 37-39 39-41 41-43 44-46 48
Inseam Leg 30.75 31.5 32.25 33 33.75 33.75

Guide to taking measurements

Bust: Take measurement around the fullest part of the chest, just under the arms and across the shoulder blades.

Sleeve: With elbow bent, measure from centre back of neck (at C7 vertebra) to elbow and down to prominent outside wrist bone.

Waist: Measure around the smallest part of your waist (natural waistline).

Hips: Stand with feet together and measure largest circumference at hips.

Inseam: Measure a pair of well fitting pants from crotch to bottom of leg.

Fitting Guide

Next to Skin Fit: Designed to be worn next to skin. Body hugging fit for thermal and moisture management.

Active Fit: Trim fitting garments, ideal for active pursuits. Designed to fit over a base layer as required.

Regular Fit: A classic comfortable cut. Designed to fit over base and mid layers without restricting movement.

Relaxed Fit: A generous and relaxed fit. Cut loose enough for layering.

LAYERING SYSTEM

Using a combination of different layers is the best system for staying dry and keeping warm in winter, or comfortable in summer. Below is a simple guide to the different layers and garment types that can build a great layering system for a wide range of adventures.

Base layers and Next to Skin: This is your first layer and it should be a layer that wicks moisture away from the skin and drys quickly. Polartec Power Dry® garments are the perfect first layer, keeping you dry and comfortable in a wide range of conditions. We do not recommend merino as a base layer as it will absorb up to 30% of its weight in sweat, will become heavy and is very slow to dry.

Fleece & mid layers: A perfect second layer should be a warm, mid weight fleece garment or similar. Something with good stretch and moisture management is ideal.

Insulation layers: In colder conditions and for snow and alpine sports, a warm insulation layer is a great idea. Depending on conditions and how much you feel the cold, consider another fleece layer or a synthetic or down insulated garment. Garments in this category may have a hood, and also be wind & water resistant to delay the need to put on your shell jacket in cold windy conditions. When purchasing insulation layers ensure the sizing and fit allows for a base layer and lightweight mid layer underneath.

Shell Jackets: This waterproof, windproof and breathable layer is your essential piece of gear. It will keep you dry when the heavens open up, or shield you from blizzards in alpine winter conditions. Wear it over a single layer in mild weather or layer up in extreme cold, this garment should always find a place in your backpack. When choosing a shell jacket for bushwalking, trekking, ski or alpine climbing always ensure the fit and sizing allows for a base layer and some mid layers underneath, this way you can use it on adventures all year round.

Insulated Shell & Belay Jackets: If you're heading to Antarctica or have an alpine climb in mind, then it is common to have a very warm insulated outer layer. You can wear it at a high camp or over your shell jacket and other layers whilst on a frigid belay or an unexpected bivy. This is a specialist piece of gear for those who feel the cold or are heading to the high mountains. Ensure the fit allows for multiple layers to be worn underneath.

Size (in.) XS SM MD LG XL 2XL 3XL
Chest 35-36 37-39 40-42 43-45 46-48 50-51 53
Sleeve 32 33 34 35 36 37 38
Waist 30 31 34 37 40 43 46
Hip 35 37 39 43 46 49 51
Inseam Leg 32.25 32.25 33 33.75 34.5 35.5 35.5

Guide to taking measurements

Chest: Take measurement around the fullest part of the chest, just under your arms and across the shoulder blades.

Sleeve: With arm relaxed at your side and slightly bent, measure from centre back of neck, across shoulder, to your elbow and down to your wrist.

Waist: Measure around the smallest part of your waist (natural waistline).

Hip: Standing with feet hip width apart, measure around the widest part of the hips.

Fitting Guide

Next to Skin Fit: Designed to be worn next to skin. Body hugging fit for thermal and moisture management.

Active Fit: Trim fitting garments, ideal for active pursuits. Designed to fit over a base layer as required.

Regular Fit: A classic comfortable cut. Designed to fit over base and mid layers without restricting movement.

Relaxed Fit: A generous and relaxed fit. Cut loose enough for layering.

LAYERING SYSTEM

Using a combination of different layers is the best system for staying dry and keeping warm in winter, or comfortable in summer. Below is a simple guide to the different layers and garment types that can build a great layering system for a wide range of adventures.

Base layers and Next to Skin: This is your first layer and it should be a layer that wicks moisture away from the skin and drys quickly. Polartec Power Dry® garments are the perfect first layer, keeping you dry and comfortable in a wide range of conditions. We do not recommend merino as a base layer as it will absorb up to 30% of its weight in sweat, will become heavy and is very slow to dry.

Fleece & mid layers: A perfect second layer should be a warm, mid weight fleece garment or similar. Something with good stretch and moisture management is ideal.

Insulation layers: In colder conditions and for snow and alpine sports, a warm insulation layer is a great idea. Depending on conditions and how much you feel the cold, consider another fleece layer or a synthetic or down insulated garment. Garments in this category may have a hood, and also be wind & water resistant to delay the need to put on your shell jacket in cold windy conditions. When purchasing insulation layers ensure the sizing and fit allows for a base layer and lightweight mid layer underneath.

Shell Jackets: This waterproof, windproof and breathable layer is your essential piece of gear. It will keep you dry when the heavens open up, or shield you from blizzards in alpine winter conditions. Wear it over a single layer in mild weather or layer up in extreme cold, this garment should always find a place in your backpack. When choosing a shell jacket for bushwalking, trekking, ski or alpine climbing always ensure the fit and sizing allows for a base layer and some mid layers underneath, this way you can use it on adventures all year round.

Insulated Shell & Belay Jackets: If you're heading to Antarctica or have an alpine climb in mind, then it is common to have a very warm insulated outer layer. You can wear it at a high camp or over your shell jacket and other layers whilst on a frigid belay or an unexpected bivy. This is a specialist piece of gear for those who feel the cold or are heading to the high mountains. Ensure the fit allows for multiple layers to be worn underneath.

Inseam: Measure a pair of well fitting pants from crotch to bottom of leg.

Measurements refer to body size not garment dimensions. Wearing ease alters depending on style and fabric.

Size (in.) XS SM MD LG XL 2XL 3XL
Chest 35-36 37-39 40-42 43-45 46-48 50-51 53
Sleeve 32 33 34 35 36 37 38
Waist 30 31 34 37 40 43 46
Hip 35 37 39 43 46 49 51
Inseam Leg 32.25 32.25 33 33.75 34.5 35.5 35.5
Size (cm) 3XS = 6 2XS = 8 XS = 10
Chest 30-31 33-34 85-36
Sleeve 31 31 32
Waist 27 28 30
Hip 30 33 35

Guide to taking measurements

Chest: Take measurement around the fullest part of the chest, just under the arms and across the shoulder blades.

Sleeve: With elbow bent, measure from centre back of neck (at C7 vertebra) to elbow and down to prominent outside wrist bone.

Waist: Measure around the smallest part of your waist (natural waistline).

Inseam: Measure a pair of well fitting pants from crotch to bottom of leg.

Measurements refer to body size not backpack dimensions. See Backpack Fitting Guide for more information.

Harness Size Extra Small Women's/Small Medium Large
Back Length (inches) 13.5-17.5 15.5-19.5 17.5-21.5 19.5-23.5

Guide to taking measurements

Measure from your C7 vertebrae down your spine to the point level with the top of your hipbones, the iliac crest. The C7 vertebrae is the one that sticks out prominently at the back of your neck when you tilt your head forward.

sleeping bag size Women's Standard Extra Large 2 Extra Large
Maximum user height 5ft7in 6ft 6ft6in 6ft6in
Maximum user shoulder circumference 61in 63in 67in 69in
Expedition fit sleeping bag size Small/Medium Medium/Large
Maximum user height 6ft 6ft6in
Maximum user shoulder circumference 63in 67in
Size (inches) SM MD LG XL
Maximum Circumference 22 23 24 25

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