Important note about size charts: All sizing charts are for guidance only, they are manufacturer supplied and are intended to give a guide to sizes. Although the charts we use are as accurate as possible, with high street sizes varying so dramatically, it is not possible to give 100% accurate charts as there is no accepted size criteria in the UK at the moment to work from.
Childrens Jodhpurs & Breeches:
Jodhpurs are most accurately measured by waist size in inches, the leg length is normally approx the same in smaller sizes or 1” - 2” shorter in larger sizes than the waist size. Ages are given as a guide only, waist measurement is the most accurate method as children vary so much.
Childrens casual riding clothing:
Childrens casual riding clothing manufacturers do not produce size charts as a rule, so all measurements are taken from an industry average.
Childrens riding gloves:
To measure your child for riding gloves, using a fabric or flexible tape and measure around the widest part of their hand (usually the knuckle). If they are right handed, take the measurement from their right hand and vice versa if they are left handed.
|Measurement in Inches:||4’’-4 1/2’’||5’’||6’’||7’’|
|Measurement in Cms:||11.4cm||12.7cm||15.25cm||17.75cm|
Childrens Riding Hats:
How to measure your child for a riding hat
To measure for a riding hat, you need to place the tape measure around your head, sitting just above your eyebrows, and leave one of your fingers inside the tape (against your head) to allow for when your head gets hot. This will give you your size in cm. If your head is very round, or very narrow you may need to go up a hat size and pad either the area at the back or sides to achieve a good fit. If you need any help with hats/fitting before or after purchase, please contact us for advice as we have been trained in hat fitting.
How to tell if your riding hat fits
You should put your hat on with your hair loose with no clips etc. to avoid any lumps and bumps that may effect the fit. When you put it on, it should go on with a little pressure, but not need to be forced. You should feel an even pressure all the way around, and not be aware of any extra pressure on the front or sides of your head. When the hat is rocked forwards and backwards slightly with your hand, it should move the skin on your forehead with it, not slide easily over the top. If you find your hat comes down over your eyes when you jump or canter, this is usually easily remedied with a strip or two of 'legal' hat padding that we sell, in the back to grip the hat at the base of the skull more.
|Skull Size||000||000 1/2||00||00 1/2||0||0 1/2||1||1 1/2||2|
|Head (Inches)||19 1/4’’||19 3/4’’||20’’||20 1/2’’||20 3/4’’||21 1/4’’||21 3/4’’||22’’||22 1/2’’|
|Velvet Size||6||6 1/8||6 1/4||6 3/8||6 1/2||6 5/8||6 3/4||6 7/8||7|
Childrens Riding Boots:
Size chart for a general foot size comparison, please refer to the manufacturer charts for precise sizes, widths and lengths of individual styles.