Please view the relevant size guide for the product you are interested in.
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Some of our hats are sold in 11 traditional hat sizes (6 3/4 – 8), some are S – XXL, and some are ‘One Size’. Please view the chart below for a comparison.
Measure your head by taking a measuring tape and place it around the circumference of the head, slightly above the ears. This will give you our hat size in inches. When choosing a hat size don’t get something too tight as you may get a headache and don’t get one that’s too loose as it will blow off in a strong wind – like Goldilocks, pick one in the middle and it will be just right!
As you’ll see in the chart below, hats sold in S, M, L, XL, XXL tend to bridge more sizes than standard UK hat sizes. For example a medium (M) will likely comfortably fit both a UK 6 7/8 and a 7 head size.
Adult Hat Measuring Chart:
|UK||6 3/4||6 7/8||7||7 1/8||7 1/4||7 3/8||7 1/2||7 5/8||7 3/4||7 7/8||8|
|US||6 7/8||7||7 1/8||7 1/4||7 3/8||7 1/2||7 5/8||7 3/4||7 7/8||8|
|Inches||21 5/8||22||22 1/2||22 3/4||23 1/4||23 5/8||24||24 1/2||24 3/4||25 1/4||25 5/8|
We have two sizes in our BB06 Children’s Flat Caps, these correspond approximately to:
Small | 46-50cm | 2-4 years
Large | 50-54cm | 4-7 years
Some of our hats don’t come in any sizes as they are “One-size fits all”. This is mostly for sheepskin and woollen hats as the natural fibres stretch and so fit ‘most’ head sizes. However if you do require a large or small size hat we recommend you email us and give us a ring on 015242 51747 when you order as we are often able to find ‘bigger’ or ‘smaller’ versions of our one-size items. As we hand pick and pack each items, we’ll just make a note on your order of your requirements.
Use the table below to match Glencroft ladies or mens glove sizes with the corresponding inches.
To find out your glove size, measure the hand you normally write with at its widest point (just below the knuckles) in inches (make sure to exclude the thumb!), then round down to the nearest half or whole number.
For example if your hand measures 9 inches around at the widest point then that will correspond to a Men’s Medium glove.
|Glencroft LADIES glove sizes||S||M||L||XL|
|Standard glove sizing (inches)||6.5||7.0||7.5||8.0||8.5||9.0||9.5||10|
|Glencroft MENS glove sizes||S||M||L||XL|
All Glencroft moccasins and slippers are sold in UK shoe sizes. Please see the below children and adults comparison tables for the equivalent European sizes we work to.
Sheepskin and calfskin are natural materials, so slippers can vary a small amount.
Child Shoe Size Charts:
|Approximate ages||0-6 M||6-12 M||12-18 M||18-24 M||1-2½ Y||2½-3Y||3-3½Y|
|Glencroft baby bootees (DB53)||2||3||4||5||6|
|All other Glencroft kids slippers||0-6 M||6-12 M||12-18 M||18-24 M||6||7||8|
|All other Glencroft kids slippers||9||10||11||12||13||1||2|
Adult Shoe Size Charts:
Approximate sizes for Glencroft cardigans and jumpers. Whilst we aim to produce jumpers to these sizes, some styles can vary due to design, yarn and finishing.
Glencroft Unisex Chunky Jumpers Size Guide:
NB: These sizes apply to almost all men’s and ladies jumpers with the exception of the fitted ladies jumpers and cardigans detailed below.
|Arm hole (Inches)||8.5||9||9.5||10||10|
|Arm hole (CM)||22||23||24||25||26|
Glencroft Fitted Ladies Jumpers Size Guide:
NB: These sizes only apply to jumpers RA10 Merino Wool Funnel Neck and RC35 Cross Over Cardigan.
|Arm hole (Inches)||8.5||9||9.5||10|
|Arm hole (CM)||22||23||24||25|
Glencroft Kids Jumpers Size Guide:
|12/18 months||2/3 years||4/5 years|
Glencroft Sheepskin Flying Jacket (SC05) Size Guide:
The Glencroft Sheepskin Flying Jacket is based on the design by Leslie Leroy Irvin and used by RAF pilots in WWII. As in the original design, it is waist length at the back. This allows you to sit comfortably while wearing it, also perfect for use in an open top motor car.
|Sleeve Length (under arm)||54||55||56||57||57||58|
Harris Tweed Gilet (SH10) Size Guide:
Standard natural sheepskin rugs tend to be about 32 x 22 inches (80 x 56 cm). Large naturals average 38 x 26 inches (97 x 66 cm). Large rugs also have thicker woollier fleeces – as they are from older sheep. Standard rugs are often what we call ‘silky’ as the fleece length is shorter and usually softer to touch.
Rare breed rugs are smaller than natural rugs – because rare breed sheep are usually smaller – with standards approximately 30 x 20 inch (75 x 50 cm), and large 34 x 24 inches (85 x 60 cm). Again larger rugs are woollier with a much thicker fleece.
Please note that these really are rough sizes because, like sheep, the size, dimensions and fleeces can differ so much and it completely depends on the rugs that we have in stock at the time of order.