#1
i dunno whats up witht he pit and all the seemingly random threads with ****ty english but i have a question..

i live in australia and im buying a shirt off an american website. but sizes in america are different to australia. if i get a large like i do with aussie clothes will it be much different. can someone tell me an ideal size in american for me. my chest is 39 inches.. or approximatley 100 cm.. i think

http://www.allthatisheavy.com/info.asp?item_num=ATH-4500 heres the shirt for anyone who might ask

edit: excuse my terrible grammar and spelling. those 2 subjects are not my forte.
Last edited by metal-head666 at Mar 19, 2009,
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I actually don't have an answer for your question, but I did want to point out that you just used the term forte -- correctly I might add -- so obviously you need to give your grammar and spelling some more credit.
#5
If it helps I'm 6'1 and around 180-190 lbs and I wear a large here in America if I want a tighter fit or an extra large when I want a pretty loose fit. Check my pics in my profile for a better idea of my body type
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i know that america has larger numbers for there shoes compared to the australian sizes it might be the same with clothing
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I actually don't have an answer for your question, but I did want to point out that you just used the term forte -- correctly I might add -- so obviously you need to give your grammar and spelling some more credit.



thats my vocabulary but. thanks any way dude

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If it helps I'm 6'1 and around 180-190 lbs and I wear a large here in America if I want a tighter fit or an extra large when I want a pretty loose fit. Check my pics in my profile for a better idea of my body type



haha that helps abit. you look about the same size as me. so thats a good idea... and dude.. you have killer hair and beardage. kudos to you sir. i miss my long hair now
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thats my vocabulary but. thanks any way dude


haha that helps abit. you look about the same size as me. so thats a good idea... and dude.. you have killer hair and beardage. kudos to you sir. i miss my long hair now


Haha thanks man. Take note that I very rarely wear larges so I may look a little bigger than what I actually am in most of my pics. I just think that wearing one size larger than what I actually am is pretty comfortable but it kinda shows how loose it is and makes you look fat when you try to play a guitar with a strap haha.
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i dunno whats up witht he pit and all the seemingly random threads with ****ty english but i have a question..

i live in australia and im buying a shirt off an american website. but sizes in america are different to australia. if i get a large like i do with aussie clothes will it be much different. can someone tell me an ideal size in american for me. my chest is 39 inches.. or approximatley 100 cm.. i think

http://www.allthatisheavy.com/info.asp?item_num=ATH-4500 heres the shirt for anyone who might ask

edit: excuse my terrible grammar and spelling. those 2 subjects are not my forte.

I'd say medium.

I wear 34-36" chest blazers, and I'm small. Although, your shoulders will make a difference too.
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