If you don’t know your size, reach for the tape measure.
Please read the guidance below to make sureyou get those vital stats right.
We do the odd numbers too
You're looking for a trouser that never feels tight, yet sits securely at the waist without a belt. There should be minimal signs of stretch in the waistband - horizontal creases at the button or the top of the zips suggest you should consider a size up.
Measure around your waist, just above where you like your trousers to sit - ideally an inch below the belly button. Don't breathe in - we're not judging. Measure in centimeters and plug into the calculator below for your size.
No more alterations
Ideally the trouser leg should 'break' once or twice before it touches your shoe - just once if you'd like some sock to show. Most men know what leg length they prefer - and these are much more consistent than waists, across all brands.
If you are unsure of your leg, the easiest way to measure is on a pair that fit you well, laid flat. Just run your tape down the inside seam from the crotch seam to the hem. In this case, the measurement in inches is your leg length - no calculator required - and you'll find it probably matches the stated size.
A perfect fit, all through the leg
Our three cuts have you covered, whatever your build. If you find you often have too much fabric flapping around the seat and thigh, choose our narrower Build A. On the other hand, if trousers are usually too tight in the seat and thigh, go with Build C. Build B is a happy medium (and usually a safe bet).
A thigh measurement is the most reliable indicator of your SPOKE build. Measure around both thighs, at the crotch. You’ll probably find there’s a slight difference - so take the larger of the two, in cm, and punch it into the ‘Build Calculator’ below, along with your waist.