Camera Jacket

Choose color for your Suit

This is the step where you can choose color for your suit. Each suit part can be colored individually as per your wish. Feel free to play with colors and make a great suit for you. Please note that one colour can vary in shades accross the different fabric types.

Custom Logos

Here you can add any custom logo from our collection or upload your own and place it on your suit.

Suit Logo Designer

( Logos £20 each )

Upload your own file

Must be .jpg or .png format

Measurements

Here you need to provide your body measurements so that we can make the perfect sized suit for you.

A - NECK

cm

B - SHOULDERS

cm

C - UPPER ARM

cm

D - LOWER ARM

cm

E - BICEP

cm

F - FOREARM

cm

G - WRIST

cm

H - UPPER CHEST

cm

I - CHEST

cm

J - WAIST

cm

K2 - BOTTOM OF JACKET

cm
CLICK THE INFO ICON NEXT TO EACH MEASUREMENT TO SEE MORE DETAILS.

NOTE: IF YOU REGULARLY WEAR CLOTHING UNDER YOUR SUIT, PLEASE MEASURE YOURSELF WEARING THIS CLOTHING. DO NOT OVER COMPENSATE. OUR FIT CHOICE SHOULD BE USED TO ALTER FALL RATE.

Please note that all measurements need to be accurate to ensure the correct fit. If you are unsure about how to measure yourself accurately please get in touch.

R - LENGTH OF JACKET

cm

T - ARMPIT

cm

ARMPIT TO LATERAL

cm

Introducing our Camera Jacket. This is our professional standard camera jacket designed to give you optimum performance while you get that awesome shot! RSL snap rings are standard with no extra charge:

  • Taslan or Polycotton main fabrics.
  • Specially designed for maximum comfort and performance.
  • Double layered taslan wings for strength and durability.
  • Completely tailor made to your measurements.
  • All suits come with YKK zips as standard and a large inside chest pocket.
  • Available with custom embroidery using our logo designer.
  • Options for snap rings or plastic connectors included in the price.

A - Neck

Measure around the base of the neck, below the adams apple.

B - Shoulders

Lay the tape behind your neck, from the end of one shoulder to the next. It may help to wear a well fitted tee-shirt and measure from seam to seam.

C - Upper Arm Length

Measure from the same point used in B. It will help to bend your arm and measure to the point of your elbow. NOTE: If this is for a shorty suit please make this the length of where you want the sleeve to finish (This should be before the elbow).

D - Lower Arm Length

Measure from the point used in C, all the way to the wrist.

E - Bicep

Bend your elbow at 90 degrees and measure around the widest part of the bicep. Bent but not tensed.

F - Forearm

Bend your elbow at 90 degrees and measure around the forearm at the widest part.

G - Wrist

Measure all the way around your wrist.

CUFFS - Hand

Please measure around the widest point of your hand. This is to ensure you can fit your hand through your sleeve where there is not spandex.

H - Upper Chest

Arms by your side, all the way around your chest with the tape under your arm pits. Tense your chest for this measurement.

I - Lower Chest

Arms by your side, all the way around with the tape across nipples. Tense your chest for this measurement.

J - Waist

Take this measurement accross the belly button, all the way around.

K - Hips

Measure around the widest part of your hips and butt. Use the widest of the two measurements.

L - Thigh

Measure at the widest part of your upper thigh.

L2 - Lower Thigh

Measure at the widest part of your lower thigh. This is at the end of the thigh muscle just before it tapers off to the knee. You can measure this straigh or with a slightly bent knee (no more than 45 degrees)

M - Knee

Measure all the way around your knee in the centre whilst your leg is straight.

N - Calf

Measure around your calf at its widest part.

O - Ankle

Measure just above the ankle bone.

CUFFS - Foot

Please measure around the widest point of your foot. This is to ensure you can fit your foot through your leg where there is not spandex.

P - Groin to Knee

Measure from high up in the crotch on one side of the leg, down to the centre point of knee. Please do this at the side of the knee. (not pulling the tape to the middle)

Q - Inseam

Measure from high up in the crotch, on one side of the leg down to the floor – SHOULDN'T measure wearing trainers.

Q - Inseam

Measure from high up in the crotch, on one side of the leg down to the floor – SHOULD measure wearing trainers.

Q2 - Knee to Toe

With your shoes on measure from the centre of your knee to the end of your toes. The angle that you point your foot while doing this measurement will be the angle where your bootie achieves tension.

R - Torso

Measure from the hole below adams apple on your neck, under your crotch and up to the bone at the base of your neck. This is an important measurement to get correct. The tape should feel comfortable. Not too tight and not loose. Remember we will be adding +1cm, +2cm or +4cm to this measurement depending on your chosen fit type.

R - Length of Jacket

Measure from the hole below adams apple on your neck, down to where you want the jacket to finish.

T - Armpit

With your arm out at 90 degrees, measure around the top of your arm at the widest point with the tape going straight upwards not diagonal.

Shoe Circumference

This measurement is for FS/RW suits only. Please measure the circumference of your shoe centimetres. To do this simply measure all the way around the sole of your shoe on the outside.

Foot Lower

Armpit to Lateral

Measure from your armpit down to the horizontal strap on your rig harness known as the lateral. This is how far down the body the wings will attatch to the jacket.

ARM ZIP AREA SIZE

This will be the approximate size of the arm zip area opening at the widest point. It is calculated automatically for you based on some of your arm measurements.

LEG ZIP AREA SIZE

This will be the approximate size of the leg zip area opening at the widest point. It is calculated automatically for you based on some of your leg measurements.

BOTTOM OF JACKET WAISTLINE

Please take the measurement around the body at the same point your jacket will finish (this should be at the bottom of the measurement "R - Length of Jacket").

J2 - TROUSER WAIST

This is the waist measurement for the top of the trousers. This should be measured around at the point where R2 finishes.

K2 - TROUSER WAIST

This is the waist measurement for the top of the trousers. This should be measured around at the point where R2 finishes.

K2 - JACKET WAIST

This is the waist measurement for the bottom of the jacket. This should be measured around at the point where the bottom of R1 finishes.

R2 - TROUSER CROTCH

Wearing a pair of normal trousers pull them up high like you have your rig fitted. On the front side measure from the top of where you want the trousers to start to the top of the back side where you want them to finish.