How to Measure Pants

Learn how to measure pants in order to create your own Luxire custom men’s pants. You will need an existing pair of pants and a cloth tape measure.

How to Measure Waist Width on Pants?

To measure the waist on pants, lay the pant on a flat surface, face up with the waistband closure buttoned and fly zipped/buttoned. Now measure across the waistband at top from one end to the other end using a cloth measuring tape

How to Measure Hip Width on Pants?

To measure the hip on pants, lay the pants on a flat surface, face up with the waistband buttoned and fly zipped. Go up 1/2” towards the waist from the fly line point. Perpendicular to this point (parallel to the top of the waistband), measure exactly from one side end to the other end using a cloth measuring tape. If the pants have pleats, then measure with the pleats closed and not stretched.

How to Measure Front Rise on Pants?

To measure the front rise on pants, with the waistband buttoned and fly zipped, start measuring from the crotch point, right till the top of the waistband using a cloth measuring tape.

How to Measure Back Rise on Pants?

To measure the back rise on pants, with the waistband buttoned and fly zipped lay the pants face down so that the back of pants are visible. Pull down on the bottom of the crotch until the intersection of the inseams is visible. Now using a cloth measuring tape, start measuring from the crotch point going up till the top of the waistband

How to Measure Inseam Length on Pants?

To measure the inseam on pants, lay the pants flat sideways so that both legs are aligned on top of each other along the crease. Fold the top leg up so that the crotch point is visible. Now, using a cloth measuring tape, start measuring from the crotch point all the way down to the bottom of the leg that is still laying flat.

How to Measure Outseam Length on Pants?

To measure the outseam on pants, lay the pants flat sideways so that both legs are aligned on top of each other along the crease. Using a cloth measuring tape, measure from the top of the waistband down to the bottom of the leg, along the side seam of the pants.

How to Measure Thigh Width on Pants?

To measure the thigh on pants, lay the pants flat sideways so that both legs are aligned on top of each other along the crease. Fold the top leg up so that the crotch point is visible. Now, using a cloth measuring tape at 2" below the crotch point, measure straight across the width of the leg, perpendicular to the inseam.

How to Measure Knee Width on Pants?

To measure the knee on pants, lay the pants flat sideways so that both legs are aligned on top of each other along the crease. Fold the top leg up so that the crotch point is visible. Now fold the bottom leg from the knee level that is by adjusting the bottom to the crotch. Now above 1" from the folded part measure the knee width exactly from one side end to the other using a cloth measuring tape.

How to Measure Bottom Leg Opening on Pants?

To measure the bottom of pants, lay the pants flat sideways so that both legs are aligned on top of each other along the crease. Measure across the bottom of the pant hem, from one edge of the leg opening to the other using a cloth measuring tape.

Learn How to Measure Your Body to Create Custom Pants

If you would like to take pants measurements by measuring your body, follow our guide to measuring the body. We also have a pant size chart available for your custom order specifications.

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