It's not true: size does matter so on every product page, you'll find the product's dimensions. Scroll down to see how our products are measured. We make every effort to ensure that the measurements on this website are accurate, but as our products are crafted by hand, this inevitably means there will be some slight variances. If in doubt, please contact our Customer Service Team on 01582 877205 or email us on email@example.com.
We measure our bags in centimetres, showing height x width x depth. The last measurement given in brackets shows the height of the handle or strap from the top of the bag to the inside top of the strap or handle: this measurement indicates whether it fits over the shoulder and how freely. Great if you're looking for a bag to go over a particularly bulky coat.
Wallets, purses, washbags and the like are all measured in centimetres: height x width x depth. Scarves are measured length x width.
We offer gorgeous leather belts to fit a range of waist sizes and show the waist size in centimetres. These belts are designed to fit comfortably on the middle hole, so a 34" belt will also fit someone with a 33" or 35" waist if they move to a higher or lower hole.
The width of the belt and the dimensions of the buckle are both shown in centimetres within the Specifications section of each belt's Product Page: that way you can judge whether it will fit inside the loops on a particular pair of trousers.
Take a fabric measuring tape and wrap it around the widest part of your hand (usually just below the knuckles), not including your thumb. Now make a loose fist. Note the measurement in inches, rounding it up to the nearest inch. If you are between sizes, we recommend that you choose the smaller size as leather gloves will stretch over time.
Women’s Gloves Sizes:
Men’s Gloves Sizes:
X Large 10
OSPREY LONDON rings are currently available in two popular sizes:
• M/N (16.5 – 16.9 mm)
• P (17.75 mm)
To determine which will best fit:
1. Take a piece of non-stretch string or a strip of paper and wrap it around the base of your finger.
2. Find a piece of non-stretchy string about 6” long, or a strip of paper about 6” long and 1/4” wide.
3. Using a pen, mark the point where it overlaps to form a complete circle.
4. Compare the length marked with the size in millimetres above. If you are between sizes, order the larger size.
• Always measure your hands when you are warm.
• The fingers on the hand you write with are usually fractionally bigger than those on your other hand.