Each product has its own unique size guide located on the product page. We cannot guarantee at 100% that the size will work for you however we do have a 98% accuracy when using our size guides.
Due to the nature of the materials we use, our sizes may not match your typical sizes. It is important to input the most accurate information. Our size chart is based on average sizes for height and weight. The Define Bands run small so the size given may not be the size you expect.
Still Not Sure?
If your weight is towards the end of the weight range, choose the next weight range up.
Use this chart to find the best size based on your waist measurement (in inches). It is important that you measure your waist accurately.
If you are still not sure if the size the product size guide is giving you is correct, please read the following articles for differing body types.
Apple Body TypeIf you carry most of your weight in your tummy, we suggest sizing up. More commonly known as an apple body shape, these body types tend to hold more weight in the abdomen and generally have slimmer legs and arms. In most cases, if your tummy is larger than your hips, it is recommended that you size up one or two sizes depending on the measurement (in inches) at the largest part of your tummy. Use the chart above to find the best size based on your waist measurement. It is important that you measure your waist accurately.
Pear Body TypeIf your waist is smaller than average, you may need to go down one size. If your body type has a slimmer midsection than your thighs and hips, you could be a pear body shape. Pear body types generally have a smaller midsection and larger hips and thighs. If this sounds like you, and you feel that you carry the majority of your weight in your lower body, we would suggest sizing down one size. Please keep in mind, the Define Band does run small. Use the product size guide above to find the best size based on your waist measurement. It is important that you measure your waist accurately.
Does Your Band Feel Too Big or Too Snug?
When your band is no longer snug and you cannot feel the slight compression, then your snatch is on another level and you need to size down!
If your band is too snug or is causing any pain or discomfort we recommend discontinuing use and sizing up.
How To Wear Your Define Band
For more information on how to put on your define band, please read our How To Wear Guide.