When buying Clothes online it's often difficult to judge the size and get the correct fit, especially if your not familiar with the brand. So here is your own personal Sizing Guide to use when buying Bench & Hooch Clothing Online......
Shop_Hodge_Podge sell lots of Bench and Hooch clothing and we often get asked questions regarding the size, even when specific measurements appear in the Item Description. The most common type of question is "Is this a Big Medium or a Small Medium" or "Do these run True to Size". This type of question is very difficult to answer when every person has a different body scruture and different expectations regarding fit and style. Some like their clothes Loose and Baggy whilst others prefer a Fitted look. So to help our customers we've come up with a Helpful guide to advise how to buy the correct size when shopping online for our most popular brands, Bench & Hooch.
To begin, here is a quick summary from personal experience....... My first tip is to invest in a tape measure, measure yourself and your Clothes and keep close to the Computer for all those Impulse Buys! Just incase your not familiar with the brands Bench & Hooch, I can advise you that both these brands tend to run True to size, so if you normally wear a Medium we recommend that you buy a Medium. I often find that the arms on Bench clothing tend to be slightly longer than the standard 21", but this is normally due to the customary Bench Thumbholes that appear on the cuff. In my opinion If you are buying a Winter Coat or Fleece I'd suggest that you consider buying one size larger so that you can wear a Thick Jumper underneath, especially if the coat is a fitted style. Hooch Clothing is made for Girls & Women and it often comes in a fitted style, the sizing is similiar to Bench but has a more fitted, feminine cut. So if you dont like the fitted style or want a loose fit I'd recommend one size larger than usual. Unlike other Skater or Surfer brands like O'Neill, Billabong or Quicksilver, Bench Clothes are not made to be baggy - So unless you see the words 'Baggy Fit', 'Loose Fit', 'Skinny Fit' or 'Tight Fit' it's best to assume that they are the standard comfort fit.
Bench Clothing Size Guide
Bench Mens | S (36") | M (38") | L (40") | XL (42") | XXL (44")
Chest Sz | S | M | L | XL | XXL
Inches | 36-38" | 38-40" | 40-42" | 42-44" | 44-46"
Cm | 91-96 | 96-101 |101-106 | 106-111 | 111-116
Leg Length | Short | Medium | Long
Inches | 30" | 32" | 34"
Cm | 76cm | 81cm | 86cm
Bench Womens | XS (8) | S (10) | M (12) | L (14) | LL (16)
Bust Inches | 32" | 34" | 36" | 38" | 40"
Bust Cm | 82cm | 87cm | 92cm | 97cm | 102cm
Waist Inches | 25" | 27" | 29" | 31" | 33"
Waist Cm | 65cm | 70cm | 75cm | 80cm | 85cm
Hip Inches | 34" | 36" | 38" | 40" | 42"
Hip Cm | 87cm | 92cm | 97cm | 102cm | 107cm
*Bust Measured at fullest Point
*Waist Measured at Narrowest Point
*Hips measured 20cm below natural waist
I Hope this guide has been helpful! Please remember to use it as a guide purpose only, if your unsure get out your Tape Measure and Measure yourself and your clothes, If your still unsure please feel free to ask, Shop Hodge Podge are always here to help, Just Ask! For all your Bench & Hooch Clothing along with loads of other Cool, High Street Brands please visit us on Ebay