Spanish uniform sizing

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    jimmyduncan23
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    Spanish uniform sizing

    Post by jimmyduncan23 on Wed Aug 07, 2013 6:32 am

    Don't know if this is a repost if it is delete, but can someone tell me the sizing of uniforms, like 1N or 1L, and so on.

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    Re: Spanish uniform sizing

    Post by fourtycoats on Wed Aug 07, 2013 6:51 pm


    Here you are JImmy. Slightly out of alignment but understandable.

    TALLA=size C=short, N=medium, L=long all for men. The P,M and G are the symbols used for women
    ALTURA=height
    Perimetro di pecho=chest size(around)





    TALLA: 1C(P) 1N(M) 1L(G)
    Perímetro de Pecho: 92-97 (80-84) 92-97(80-84) 92-97 (80-84)
    Altura: 165-169 (157-164) 170-178 (165-170) 179-187 (171-180)
    TALLA: 2C(P) 2N(M) 2L(G)
    Perímetro de pecho: 98-103 (85-90) 98-103 (85-90 98-103 (85-90)
    Altura: 165-169 (157-164) 170-178 (165-170) 179-187 (171-180)
    TALLA: 3C(P) 3N(M) 3L(G)
    Perímetro de pecho: 104-109 (91-96) 104-109 (91-96) 104-109 (91-96)
    Altura: 165-169 (157-164) 170-178 (165-170) 179-187 (171-180)
    TALLA: 4C(P) 4N(M) 4L(G)
    Perímetro de pecho: 110-115 (97-102) 110-115 (97-102) 110-115 (97-102)
    Altura: 165-169 (157-164) 170-178 (165-170) 179-187 (171-180)
    TALLA: 5C(P) 5N(M) 5L(G)
    Perímetro de pecho: 116-121 (103-110) 116-121 (103-110) 116-121 (103-110)
    Altura: 165-169 (157-164) 170-178 (165-170) 179-187 (171-180)



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    Re: Spanish uniform sizing

    Post by CollectinSteve on Thu Aug 08, 2013 12:00 am

    Excellent!  I don't even have that info and I get stuff from Spain almost every month Very Happy

    Hats, helmets, and helmet covers also use the P/M/G system. I've never seen anything other than these three sizes. Which is a bit odd because G (Grande) is only roughly equal to metric 60. That's more or less a US Medium.

    Be aware, very aware, that for some strange reasons the Spanish have bounced back and forth between standard metric sizing (e.g. 48, 52, etc.) and their representational system of 1-5.  The bad thing is that the Navy/Marines items were, for a time, sized two metric sizes higher than their actual dimensions.  Meaning if you wanted a standard 52 you needed to find something that was sized 56.  This was true for some period of time until the mid to late 2000s.  VERY annoying to chase down specific sizes only to find out they were too small.  I recall someone trying to explain to me why the Navy did this, but if it made sense to me at the time I've forgotten.

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