Pant Measurments

lrhuck

New Member
I am ordering baseball uniform for our youth league and trying to determine the length, belowis what I have. I understand that the outseam (length) is the inseam plus the rise. When I have front rise and back rise would I just take the average to determine the missing portion of my equation?

 Waist 22​ Hip/Seat 26​ Front Rise 8.5​ Back Rise 11.25​ Inseam 21​ Leg Opening 7.5​

Despos

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Confirm with the maker. Everyone interprets measurements differently.

As a tailor we measure the outseam from the top of the waistband to the hem along the outseam. Then measure the inseam from the crotch point; where the four panels meet, to the hem. Subtract the inseam from the outseam and then subtract the width of the waistband and you have the rise for the pattern.
This may not apply to baseball uniform trousers because of how the waist will be made.

lrhuck

New Member
Confirm with the maker. Everyone interprets measurements differently.

As a tailor we measure the outseam from the top of the waistband to the hem along the outseam. Then measure the inseam from the crotch point; where the four panels meet, to the hem. Subtract the inseam from the outseam and then subtract the width of the waistband and you have the rise for the pattern.
This may not apply to baseball uniform trousers because of how the waist will be made.

Thank you for the information, I'm about as green as they come when speaking this language.

Despos

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That's why you need to be using the "language" of the uniform maker and only use their method of taking measurements.

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