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Flow Kimonos Size Chart

The size chart shows the best fitting kimonos for each body type. The chart was created using measurements taken from a person’s own body.

If you are not sure how your measurements look like, then it would be better if you take them yourself before buying any new kimono. You can always ask someone else to measure your body or take some basic measurements at a local clothing store.

In general, there are two types of sizes: Regular and Extra Small. There is no difference between the sizes except for the number of buttons.

For example, a small size has 4 buttonholes while an extra large size has 6 buttonholes. The chart shows which size fits best for every body type.

If you have any questions about the size chart, please feel free to contact us. Our customer service team will be happy to assist you with your sizing needs.

Sizes:

A0 – A1: Over 6’4″

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B0 – B1: 5’9″ – 6’3″

C0 – C1: 5’4″ – 5’8″

D0 – D1: Under 5’4″

Size Chart (gi top):

A0: Over 6’8″

A1: Over 6’4″

A2: Over 6’0″

A3: Over 5’6″

A4: Over 5’2″

A5: Under 5’2″

Size Chart (Pant):

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30: Over 6’8″

31: Over 6’4″

32: Over 6’0″

33: Over 5’6″

34: Over 5’2″

35: Under 5’2″

Size Chart (Gi Pants):

30: Over 6’8″

31: Over 6’4″

32: Over 6’0″

33: Over 5’6″

34: Over 5’2″

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35: Under 5’2″

36: Under 5’0″

Size Chart (Gi Top):

A5: Under 5’2″

A4: Over 5’2″

A3: Over 5’6″

A2: Over 5’0″

A1: Over 5’4″

B1: 5’8″ – 6’0″

C1: 5’4″ – 5’8″

D1: Under 5’4″

Size Chart (Pant):

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30: Over 6’8″

31: Over 6’4″

32: Over 6’0″

33: Over 5’6″

34: Over 5’2″

35: Under 5’2″

36: Under 5’0″

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Bridgewater review by K CaLLan, SF by ward HeiLMan, LO HeretZ – 2015 – core.ac.uk

Rethinking historical injustice and reconciliation in northeast Asia: the Korean experience by GW Shin, SW Park, D Yang – 2007 – books.google.com

Millennial monsters: Japanese toys and the global imagination by A Allison – 2006 – books.google.com

The Japanese Through American Eyes by SK Johnson – 1991 – books.google.com