RBK Premier Jersey sizing

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  1. troberts9

    troberts9 Registered User

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    I was looking at getting an RBK premier jersey with full gear, etc... i'm 5-10/11 and about 145-150 lbs. I'm pretty thin. Would a medium work?
     
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    I would go large because your sleeves are going to be really short and they tend to run a little small.
     
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    I'm 6'1" and weigh about 140. I wear a small and it's a little loose.
     
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    Your sleeves aren't too small are they?
     
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    I am 5'11" at 195 lbs (you guys make me look fat, haha) and wear M. It fits my frame very comfortably, but as Jarick mentions the sleeves end mid-forearm. I like that though.
     
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    Not at all, no. I think I have fairly long arms too.

    That's just my experience with them, though.
     
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    From my experience it's best to go 2 sizes above what you would wear normally. I wear a medium for RBK premier when I'm going to a game but an Extra Large when I play pick up and I have enough room without swimming in it.
     
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    Thanks for the responses guys. I'd just go try one on but I just moved down to Florida from the San Jose, and there are no true shops that have premier jerseys. I have an ECHL reebok one that I play with and it's a Large, and it's a bit baggy/loose with pads. I was wondering if those ECHL jerseys fit the same as the NHL ones.
     
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    I'm finally throwing down on a jersey and every site's sizing chart shows completely different measurements. I found an insane deal on a RBK Premier jersey, but they only have size Small available. Would that work for someone 5'8", 160lb? This will only be worn casually at the occasional Wings game or while watching games around the house.
     
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    Can anyone help me out, I'm trying to figure out what size jersey I need. The Real Sports sizing chart says

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    Jersey Size	   Front Hem to Bottom	   Back Hem to Bottom	   Chest/Pit to Pit
    
    Where are these areas on my body :laugh: I have no idea what it's referring to. I'm just wearing it to games and stuff, not over equipment.

    I'm about 6'3.5" but skinny only 160-170 lbs.
     

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