Size Guide

Please measure without allowances. If infant, measure with diaper on.  When measuring circumference, like around the waist, place measuring tape around the area with two fingers space between the body (skin) and the tape. Do not leave the tape to drop or make it too tight. It should be free enough to rotate and tight enough that it does not fall down the position.  Use the measurements you have and compare them with the clothes sizes in our size table to choose the best fit.  If none of the sizes will fit, then call us for made to order size.  Click here for a full body diagram.

Jumpsuit size guide

The size table shows clothes sizes per age and its measurements. We use the same size for our race car, air force and astronaut costumes.

Choose the best fit by including an allowance of at least 2-3 inches, especially, Chest, Waist, Hips, Body Loop and Shoulder to Ankle.  For example, if a 10yo's  actual waistline (meaning no allowance is added) is 27 inches, then clothes size should be at least 30 inches.  If 1yo's waistline is 20 inches, at least a 2 inches allowance is okay.

    • Body Loop is measured starting from the point where the neck meets the shoulder, down between the legs and up back to the starting point. It should form a "loop" or circle.
    • Shoulder to Ankle starts from the highest point of the shoulder (where it meets the neck), down to the ankle.

Pilot size guide

Size Guide