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Size chart and latex care instructions

The charts below gives (for each size of our range) the measurements that each size corresponds to. We offer sizes up to 3XL as a standard size. All our patterns are cut with comfort in mind for people roughly in proportion - so if in doubt, especially for the larger sizes, please do drop us a mail at sales@latex101.com. 

It's tempting with rubber clothing to order smaller than your real size to get a nice tight effect - but this is already taken into account in the sizes below, so please don't push it too far, as rubber clothing that's too tight is really annoying, can be uncomfortable and can make life interesting if you get line marks on your skin for a few days! If you don't fancy tight latex, and want to wear it more 'casual'we advise you to order a size bigger than what you normally would order.

The sizes below are fine when pushed by as much as a couple of inches, but not more.

MENSWEAR

Garment SizeWaist SizeChest SizeInside LegMax Height
Extra Small 28 in / 71cm 34 in / 86cm 28 in / 70cm 5' 10" / 176cm
Small 30 in / 76cm 36 in / 91cm 28 in / 71cm 5' 10" / 178cm
Medium 32 in / 81cm 38 in / 96cm 29 in / 74cm 6' 0" / 180cm
Large 34 in / 86cm 40 in / 101cm 30 in / 76cm 6' 1" / 183cm
Extra Large 36 in / 91cm 42 in / 106cm 31 in / 79cm 6' 2" / 185cm
2XL Extra Large 39 in / 99cm 45 in / 117cm 31 in / 79cm 6' 2" / 185cm
3XL Extra Large 42 in / 106cm 48 in / 124cm 32 in / 81cm 6' 4" / 190cm

HOODS

Garment SizeForehead CircumferenceNeck Circumference
Small 54-55 cm (21" - 22") 30-35cm (12" - 14")
Medium 56-57 cm (22" - 22.5") 34-38cm (13.5" - 15")
Large 58-59 cm (22.5" - 23.5") 38-43cm (15" - 17")
Extra Large 60-61 cm (23.5" - 24") 41-46cm (16.5 - 18.5")




CARING FOR YOUR LATEX

To keep your latex clothing in good condition you must ensure that it is handled with care. Latex can be kept for many years in good condition. To help you understand how to look after your purchase we have listed below some helpful hints.

  • Latex will tear very easily if it is pulled or snagged on anything. Take care if you have long fingernails.
  • Always use plenty of talc on the inside of the garment to assist pulling on. Be careful at this stage with long fingernails.
  • Latex can be affected by perfume, body sprays and body oils. Do try to avoid these coming into contact with the garment.
  • Also many forms of liquid can affect the surface finish of latex, be very careful when leaning against a wet bar top etc.
  • Light coloured latex can stain very easily. A chemical reaction can occur when latex comes into contact with copper or copper deposits, so try to avoid handling coins or be sure not to wear plated jewellery.
  • The outer surface of latex can be polished using a water based polish.
  • Silicone sprays and fluids will make your latex shine bright, but the silicone  makes the garment near-impossible to repair.
  • When removing your garments wash them with luke warm soapy water and rinse them thoroughly in the shower. Turn them inside out allow to dry.  The garment must then be thoroughly dried and talced on the inside.
  • Beware! Washing too much and leaving the garment in water can cause the garment to lose its shine.
  • When latex comes in contact with light it develops a white powdery bloom. This bloom cleans off, but is undesirable and weakens the rubber’s strength and shine. You can avoid this by storing your garment in a cool dry place out of the light, covered by a black bin liner.
  • Each time you wear your garment put more talc on the inside and if required polish the outside surface.

Following these instructions should ensure that your garments last for many years, however, latex is a natural product and can wear, particularly at stress points such as the elbows, knees and seat and especially when the garment is tight fitting.

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