|6-6x||49-54 Lbs.||24 3/4||25 3/4||46-48''|
|6x||49-54 Lbs.||24 3/4||25 3/4||46-48''|
|7||54-59 Lbs.||26||27 1/2||48-50''|
|7-8||59-66 Lbs.||27||28 1/2||51 1/2-54''|
|8||59-66 Lbs.||27||28 1/2||51 1/2-54''|
|8-10||66-72 Lbs||28 1/2||30||54-56 1/2''|
|10-12||72-84 Lbs||30||32||56 1/2''-59|
|14-16||94-104 Lbs||33 1/2||36||61 1/2''|
All Sizes in Inches Unless Otherwise Stated
Kids’ measuring guide
Use the tips & visuals in this guide to make taking your child's body measurements easy-peasy.
Dont have a fabric tape measure? Use a shoelace or pant leg to measure. Then, lay it flat & use a ruler or tape measure to get a numerical measurement.
How to measure
Have your child stand in front of the fridge.Mark the top of the head with a magnet. Measure a straight line from floor to magnet.
Have your child make airplane arms. Wrap tape measure around the fullest part of the chest, keeping it level & snug.
With your child bending to one side, measure the point where the waist flexes naturally. Keep the tape level & comfortably loose.
Have your child stand like a tall tree with feet together. Measure a level line around the fullest part of the hips & seat.
Take a pair of pants that fit your child well. Measure along the seam from crotch to leg opening.