As you may have noticed, most of our Adidas singlets are not sized in the normal XS through 2XL sizing that we’re all used to in the USA (and many other parts of the world). Instead, they are sized as 34, 36, 38, etc. We have not been able to find a reliable size chart to equate these sizes to the sizes of Adidas singlets that have historically been sold in the USA. So what we’ve done is used our own singlets to set baselines for S, M, L, etc and we’ve taken measurements of some key and easily measureable parts of the singlet. You should use these measurements to compare to your existing singlets (if you have one) to get the best idea of what your size is. Outside of what is on this page, we cannot provide any sort of real sizing guidance. Please do your best to figure out your size using this information!
Here are the three measurements that we’ve taken of each model: leg opening (LO), stripe length (SL), top width (TW). For the stripe length, we’ve measured the same area on the ones without stripes and we measure it flat without the curve in the singlet. The following image shows what we mean by each measurement:
Obviously some singlets do not have stripes or do not have the black section at the top. However, we’ve measured that same area on each model to give you the best chance to find a size that fits. We’ve also split them up into two separate model groups: with stripes (WS) down the side and without stripes (WOS) down the side. The ones without stripes down the side are the ones with a panel of white fabric.
- LO = Leg Opening, SL = Stripe Length, TW = Top Width
- WS = With Stripes (down the side), WOS = Without Stripes (down the side)
- For sizes/models that we don’t have in stock, we don’t have measurements so they are not listed