Standard Sizing Rule - Euro Sizing:
Our sizing fits typically 1 full size smaller, than traditional North American brands. For example if you are a Large, You may want to consider a XL. If you have large T-pose shoulders or a large chest area, one size up is recommended. If you prefer a tighter fit, wearing jackets unzipped, than its your choice if you prefer true to size. To keep it simple, measure your shoulders and check the fitting on our size chart. Fashion Jackets, Quilted Moto Etc. Sizing Rule: Our jackets are a designer fit, which means they are very well fitted and 1 half size smaller. Over time, your Luca Design Jacket will mold to your body shape and become like your second skin. If you would like to layer up underneath your Luca Design Jacket, then we highly recommend getting the size up.
(Custom size options available for 20 USD)
Solider 76 Jackets:
Solider 76 have been designed to fit snug on the torso. Its recommended to go up one size if you have a large set of shoulders, chest or stomach area. Skinny bodies have a choice based on personal preference.
Tracer and Mei "FUR" :
Both these jackets contain a fur lining. Due to this nature it is best to go up one size for regular room, 2 sizes for a loose fit for those who like heavy under clothing room.
Note: Mens sizes are meant to fit a typical mens body, containing wider arm and chest room. If you are female its best to choose the female option.
The Batman jacket is designed to be form fitting. Please ensure wearing it tighter allows for the proper appearance of the Bat Armor chest plate.
Standard Size Rule Applies.
If you have irregular proportions, please consider submitting a custom size for the best fit. We require measurements in inches: Chest, Shoulder to Shoulder, Sleeves, Hips, Waist and Stomach. Custom Jackets mean we build a pattern just for you, and it may slightly delay your order by a few days.
Feel free to submit in the checkout notes or via Contact Form.
Use the chart below to best understand our typical sleeve and chest measurements.
When measuring shoulders please ensure it starts and stops where on the incline of your arm or you will be measuring too short.