Table 3-3 Size Prediction Table For Mens Trousers.
3Crotch. Let out inseam at the back of the trousers and fill in hollow at the curve as
much as possible. If the rise should be longer, take off the fly and sink the crotch the required
length. Piece the top of the fly. Adjust the trouser length.
4Seat. Let out the outlet material inside the trouser at the seat. Note that if the seat
needs to be altered, the crotch of the trousers must also be altered.
(a) SubGarments. Subgarments required for the fitting of the coat are cotton underwear,
dress shirt, polyester/wool trousers, socks, low quarter shoes, belt and buckle.
(b) Measurements. The chest and height measurements are needed for selection of the
proper size and model try--on garment.
(c) Try-On Using the individuals height and chest measurements, refer to Table 3-4, for
size prediction of initial try-on garment. If the individuals measurements are close to the
minimum or maximum indicated on the size prediction table, select two sizes for try-on. For
example, if the individuals height is 5 feet 8 inches and his chest is 40 inches, try the 40 short
and 40 regular models.