Size charts with fitment details and measurements can be found on most product pages. The size chart icon is located just above the “add to cart” button. Beyond size charts, many items are categorized into specific fitment types. See descriptions for each of the fitment styles below.


SLIM FIT - The most slender fitment for a very sleek and modern look. You can expect these items to fit very close to the body. This fitment type is intended for riders with a slim body structure. If a more relaxed fit is preferred, we recommend going up one size.

ATHLETIC FIT - This category is a unique blend of performance and modern appearance. These items fit close to the body, but with enough room that range of motion should remain unrestricted.

- These items are neither tight nor loose for the average rider build. In most cases, riders find that they utilize the same sizing options as they do for their everyday casual attire.


LOOSE FIT - Offers just a touch more room to work with than the aforementioned fitment style. This category is slightly larger, and tends to retain a relaxed fit when using pads and protective gear underneath.

OG FIT - The roomiest fitment option, for a super relaxed appearance with an old school feel. Many riders choose to utilize a base layer of some sort and / or protective gear underneath for products in this category. If you prefer to minimize some of the inherent “baggy” characteristics, we recommend going down one size.



Riding pants are labeled according the the maximum waist size they will accommodate, with all adjustments as loose as possible. If your actual waist measurement (in inches) matches an available sizing option, you may want to consider going one size up in order to avoid an uncomfortably tight fit.



- Wait at least 24 hours before washing clothes with new HTV graphics.

- Machine wash warm or cold with mild detergent (do not use bleach or harsh additives).

- Wash and dry clothing with HTV graphics inside-out. This helps to protect the vinyl. For those who want the best preservation of their heat transfer graphics, hang-drying may be used.

- If machine drying, use normal dryer settings. AVOID HIGH-HEAT SETTINGS, as this may distort your graphics and negatively affect adhesion.


- Thoroughly clean and dry the surface your decal will be applied to.

- Ensure that clear transfer tape on top of the decal is making contact contact with the underlying vinyl graphic.

- Carefully separate the vinyl graphic from the backing paper by lifting the clear transfer tape. (This process tends to be easiest when the decal is lying face down on a hard, flat surface. Start by separating a small corner of the backing paper from the clear transfer tape. While holding the clear transfer tape down, begin to roll the backing paper away, leaving the vinyl decal with the sticky side exposed. If any portion of the vinyl decal lifts with the backing paper rather than remaining stuck to the transfer tape, simply press the area back down until the transfer tape holds it in place.

- Use the clear transfer tape to position your decal onto the intended application surface. You are aiming to lay the graphic down as smoothly as possible, to avoid trapping any air bubbles. For larger graphics, we generally tack-down a “starting point” and work our way toward the extremities using a felt covered squeegee.

- Once the entire vinyl graphic has been securely applied to the substrate, pull the transfer tape away - leaving the vinyl decal adhered to the application surface.

- For more complex applications (where the decal is being laid over angular or curved surfaces), post-application heating is recommended to promote bonding. You may choose to lightly heat the graphic using a heat-gun or standard household blow dryer. Be sure to apply the heat evenly, continually moving the heat source above the vinyl. Keep a safe distance and temp! You don’t want to overheat and blister your new graphics.