The Fit Guide
Our shirts come in four different fits across our GANT and GANT Rugger range. We've had more than 60 years to perfect our designs and have even invented several signature features. Each fit that you discover brings to life a shirt that just gets better with time. You can choose among a range from our slimmest Hugger fit from GANT Rugger to a more generous Regular fit from GANT.
Our slimmest fitTapered bodySlightly shorter in length
A slimmer fit than RegularA slimmer cut with a contemporary silhouette
Relaxed fitUsually found on Madras shirts
An updated regular fit with a classic silhouetteMore relaxed than Fitted
Our Fitted Shirt
The fitted shirt ensures clean lines and a perfectly flattering fit. Add to that details such as a button-down collar, embroidered GANT shield logo on the chest, double cuff adjusters and our legendary locker loop on the back, and you have a shirt that exudes sharp style.
The collar has a sharp fold and two buttons for a comfortable fit and flexible styling.
The shirt’s long sleeves end in a double cuff adjuster, allowing you to wear your cuff loose or tight to suit your look and (style) mood.
An embroidered GANT shield logo positioned on the left side of the chest adds aesthetic appeal.
A GANT invention originally designed to allow our shirts to hang in a gym locker, the locker loop is now an authentic sign that you’re sporting an American Sportswear classic.
The size guide
Body measurements (cm)SizeChestWaistNeckSleeveInseamXS4284-8671-743379-8181S44-4689-9176-793681-8482M4894-9781-843884-8683L50-5299-10486-894186-8984XL54107-10994-974389-91852-XL56-58112-11799-1044489-91863-XL60119-122107-1094694-97874-XL62-64124-127112-1174897-9988
How to measure
Pull the tape around you from your shoulder blades to the broadest part of your chest. Keep your elbows to your sides.
Measure around your natural waistline, keep the tape a bit loose.
Measure the circle of your neck, keep the tape a bit loose.
Bend your elbow in 90 degrees into the side of your body. Hold the tape at the center back of your neck. Measure in 3 points from the center back neck to the shoulder and down to the wrist.
Wearing pants that fit well, measure from the crotch seam to the bottom of the leg.