size guide 

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mens

Below is the size chart for which all mens designs are based. Please also refer to the garment measurements further below to figure out sizing. A few notes:

  • If you are between sizes, please size up for a looser fit, or size down for a more snug fit.

  • Keep in mind these designs are meant to be worn loose and relaxed, not tight. If you normally pick sweatshirts in size medium, but they fit tight, you may want to size up.

  • Keep in mind the intended design. A few tips:

    • bloor - the design around the chest area should not be too tight. So for example, let’s say you have chest/waist/hip measurements of 41/33/40, it may be best to select a large over a medium. The design also hits slightly higher at the hips so this is a great option if you want something a little less big.

    • yonge, dundas - these designs have a bit more volume in it. If you are slimmer you may want to size down. You can also play with a little layering underneath.

    • spadina - this design is probably closest to a typical traditional sweatshirt fit.

  • All male models in the photos are wearing size M.

  • For additional fitting advice, contact support@byAsum.com.

How to measure?

  • Measure over undergarments.

  • For chest and hips, measure at the widest point. For waist, measure at the smallest point between your chest and hips.

mens size chart

size XS S M L XL
chest 35 37 39 41½ 44½
waist 29 31 33 35½ 38½
hip 36 38 40 42½ 45½
size XS S M L XL
chest 89 94 99 105 113
waist 74 79 84 90 98
hip 92 97 102 108 116

garment measurements

These measurements are available here for comparison. Please note:

  • āsum’s bottom-line pre-shrunk sweatshirts have nearly all the shrinkage taken out. Most other clothing when new will have some shrinkage left depending on the fabric.

  • measurements below are derived from our base garment pattern, excluding design details where fabric may have been added, manipulated or shifted.

  • a small margin of tolerance is to be expected

mens regular fit

styles: spadina

measurements XS S M L XL
garment chest width 20½ 21½ 22½ 23¾ 25¼
garment body length 26 26¾ 27½ 28¼ 29
measurements XS S M L XL
garment chest width 52 54½ 57 60¼ 64
garment body length 66 68 70 72 74

mens regular relaxed fit

styles: dundas, yonge

measurements XS S M L XL
garment chest width 20½ 21½ 22½ 23¾ 25¼
garment body length 26 26¾ 27½ 28¼ 29
measurements XS S M L XL
garment chest width 52 54½ 57 60¼ 64
garment body length 66 68 70 72 74

mens regular casual fit

styles: bloor

measurements XS S M L XL
garment chest width 20½ 21½ 22½ 23¾ 25¼
garment body length 25½ 26¼ 27 27¾ 28½
measurements XS S M L XL
garment chest width 52 54½ 57 60¼ 64
garment body length 64½ 66½ 68½ 70½ 72½

womens

Below is the size chart for which all womens designs are based. Please also refer to the garment measurements further below to figure out sizing. A few notes:

  • If you are between sizes, please size up for a looser fit, or size down for a more snug fit.

  • Keep in mind these designs are meant to be worn loose and relaxed, not tight. If you normally pick sweatshirts in size small, but they fit somewhat tight, you may want to size up.

  • Keep in mind the intended design. A few tips:

    • bloor - the design around the bust area should not be too tight. So for example, let’s say you have bust/waist/hip measurements of 35½/27/37, it may be best to select a medium over a small. The design also hits slightly higher at the hips so this is a great option if you want something a little less big.

    • yonge - the design has a bit of a cowl neck appeal and works well for almost every body type. The style has a baggier feel to it. If you are short, you can always balance the top with a cute short skirt or pair of shorts.

    • dundas - the design gives it a flirty boxy appeal that offers a wide range of styling options.

    • spadina - this design is probably closest to a typical traditional sweatshirt fit.

  • All female models in the photos are wearing size S.

  • For additional fitting advice, contact support@byAsum.com.

How to measure?

  • Measure over any undergarments (bra, etc).

  • For bust and hips, measure at the widest point. For waist, measure at the smallest point between your bust and hips.

womens size chart

size XS S M L XL
bust 32 34 36 38½ 41½
waist 25 27 29 31½ 34½
hip 35 37 39 41½ 44½
size XS S M L XL
bust 81 86 91 97 105
waist 64 69 74 80 88
hip 89 94 99 105 113

garment measurements

These measurements are available here for comparison. Please note:

  • āsum’s bottom-line pre-shrunk sweatshirts have nearly all the shrinkage taken out. Most other clothing when new will have some shrinkage left depending on the fabric.

  • measurements below are derived from our base garment pattern, excluding design details where fabric may have been added, manipulated or shifted.

  • a small margin of tolerance is to be expected

womens regular fit

styles: spadina

measurements XS S M L XL
garment chest width 19½ 20½ 21½ 22¾ 24¼
garment body length 24 24½ 25 25½ 26
measurements XS S M L XL
garment chest width 49½ 52 54½ 57¾ 61½
garment body length 61 62¼ 63½ 64¾ 66

womens regular relaxed fit

styles: dundas, yonge

measurements XS S M L XL
garment chest width 19½ 20½ 21½ 22¾ 24¼
garment body length 24 24½ 25 25½ 26
measurements XS S M L XL
garment chest width 49½ 52 54½ 57¾ 61½
garment body length 61 62¼ 63½ 64¾ 66

womens regular casual fit

styles: bloor

measurements XS S M L XL
garment chest width 19½ 20½ 21½ 22¾ 24¼
garment body length 23 23½ 24 24½ 25
measurements XS S M L XL
garment chest width 49½ 52 54½ 57¾ 61½
garment body length 58½ 59¾ 61 62¼ 63½