Lab Coat Size. How to choose the correct Size.

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Find YOUR Perfect Size for any kind of Lab Coat

The following Guide is referring to the Dr. James Lab Coats by Labmarc Laboratory Supplies, please visit our shop to get your own High Quality Lab Coat. 

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Our products are designed to wear over the user’s clothing, the fitting is relaxed and the main guiding factor to determine the correct size will be your chest dimension.

The “ACTUAL SIZE” outlined above is bigger to accommodate the user’s clothing.

So for example, if your chest is 44” the the correct size for you will be “L”. If you would like more specific sizing information, please message us through our shop and we will be more than happy to accommodate.



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Unisex Polycotton Lab Coat

For men, place a tape measure loosely under the arms and around the fullest part of the chest.
For ladies, measure around your chest under your bust, at the level where the lowest part of your bra should sit.
Take this measurement: if it is even, add four, if it is odd, add five. The resulting number is your band size
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100% Cotton Unisex Lab Coat

For men, place a tape measure loosely under the arms and around the fullest part of the chest.
For ladies, measure around your chest under your bust, at the level where the lowest part of your bra should sit. Take this measurement: if it is even, add four, if it is odd, add five. The resulting is your band size
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Howie Style Lab Coat

For men, place a tape measure loosely under the arms and around the fullest part of the chest.
For ladies, measure around your chest under your bust, at the level where the lowest part of your bra should sit. Take this measurement: if it is even, add four, if it is odd, add five. The resulting number is your band size
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Ladies Polycotton Lab Coat

For ladies, measure around your chest under your bust, at the level where the lowest part of your bra should sit. Take this measurement: if it is even, add four, if it is odd, add five. The resulting number is your band size
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