Jacket Fitting Guide

STEP 1 - CHOOSE YOUR STYLE

Unisex

Pictured is a Unisex Sci' 22 Jacket, Size 42

As pictured, the Unisex Jacket is a straight cut. Compared to the Fitted style, the Unisex style is wider in the shoulders, smaller in the chest and slightly longer in the sleeves. The Unisex style is typically worn by students with slightly larger build. If you are wondering which is best for you, please send us an email, or of course, ask your FRECs. 

Fitted

Pictured is a Fitted Sci' 23 Jacket, Size XS

As pictured, the Fitted style is tapered to the waist of the Jacket. Compared to the Unisex style, the Fitted Style has more room in the chest, a narrower shoulder cut, and slightly shorter sleeves. The fitted style is typically worn by students with a more petite build. If you are wondering which is best for you, please send us an email, or of course, ask your FRECs. 

STEP 2 - CHOOSE YOUR Size

  • Unisex Jacket Sizing
  • Fitted Jacket Sizing

The following table is the size guide for UNISEX Jackets.

Tips, Tricks & How to use the guide! 

(IMPORTANT - PLEASE READ)


First, you will need to measure your height and weight. Then, use the table below to find your corresponding size. Height, in feet and inches, is listed across the top, and weight, in pounds, is listed along the left side of the table. Note that there is a range of sizes in some cells, for example "40-42". If your dimensions place you in the lower end of the cell, then perhaps choose the smaller of the two sizes. As an example, for an individual who is 5'9 1/2" and 163lbs, the table below indicates that they fit a 44-46. Because 5'9 1/2" is on the lower end of the height range for that column (5'9"-5'10") and 163lbs is also on the lower end of the weight range for the row (160-175lbs), then this person should choose the 44 over the 46. 


As well, not everyone likes to wear their GPA the same way. If you know you want your GPA to be a larger fit, then choose the larger size. Likewise, if you want a tighter fit, choose the smaller size. 


If you are on the fence between 2 sizes, we strongly recommend sizing up! This is for two reasons, the first is that usually when you wear your GPA, you will want to wear it with a sweater or hoodie underneath. The second is that you may want your GPA to fit in 10 years time, and potentially you will put on a bit of muscle between now and then!

 

Step 3 - Choose your Alterations

There are two alterations that can be made to your GPA if you so choose - alterations to the sleeve and alterations to the body. 


SLEEVE ALTERATIONS

The alterations tables are used in a similar manner to the size chart above. The difference now is that the size you chose above is now listed along the top of the table, and your height is listed on the left. For example, if you chose a size 42 in Step 2, and are 5'10", the corresponding cell is "0" so you would require no sleeve or body alterations. 


Note: If the following guide says that you do not need sleeve alterations, but you KNOW that you have long arms, then you may consider adding an inch to the sleeve. 

*The value in the corresponding cell is in inches, for example, "-1" means one inch shorter on the sleeve.  


BODY ALTERATIONS  

Body alterations are made to the length of the jacket. As above, the value in the corresponding cell is in inches, for example, "1" means one inch longer on the body. 


The following table is the size guide for FITTED Jackets.

Tips, Tricks & How to use the guide! 

(IMPORTANT - PLEASE READ)


First, you will need to measure your height and weight. Then, use the table below to find your corresponding size. Height, in feet and inches, is listed across the top, and weight, in pounds, is listed along the left side of the table. Note that there is a range of sizes in some cells, for example "S-M". If your dimensions place you in the lower end of the cell, then perhaps choose the smaller of the two sizes. As an example, for an individual who is 5'9 1/2" and 163lbs, the table below indicates that they fit a XL-L. Because 5'9 1/2" is on the lower end of the height range for that column (5'9"-5'10") and 163lbs is also on the lower end of the weight range for the row (160-175lbs), then this person should choose the over the XL. 


As well, not everyone likes to wear their GPA the same way. If you know you want your GPA to be a larger fit, then choose the larger size. Likewise, if you want a tighter fit, choose the smaller size. 


If you are on the fence between 2 sizes, we strongly recommend sizing up! This is for two reasons, the first is that usually when you wear your GPA, you will want to wear it with a sweater or hoodie underneath. The second is that you may want your GPA to fit in 10 years time, and potentially you will put on a bit of muscle between now and then!

Step 3 - Choose Your Alterations

There are two alterations that can be made to your GPA if you so choose - alterations to the sleeve and alterations to the body. 


SLEEVE ALTERATIONS

The alterations tables are used in a similar manner to the size chart above. The difference now is that the size you chose above is now listed along the top of the table, and your height is listed on the left. For example, if you chose a size "M" in Step 2, and are 5'4", the corresponding cell is "0" so you would require no sleeve or body alterations. 


Note: If the following guide says that you do not need sleeve alterations, but you KNOW that you have long arms, then you may consider adding an inch to the sleeve. 

*The value in the corresponding cell is in inches, for example, "-1" means one inch shorter on the sleeve.  

BODY ALTERATIONS

Body alterations are made to the length of the jacket. As above, the value in the corresponding cell is in inches, for example, "1" means one inch longer on the body.

Step 4 - Order your Jacket

Congratulations! You now official have your GPA sized for you! Make note of your size and alterations (ie. "AMAZING I'm a Unisex Style, Size 52 with +1 inch sleeve and 0 body" OR "FANTASTIC! I'm a Fitted Style, Size XS, with no alterations").