Tight fitting garment guide
This is a guide only for standard tight fitting garments. Tight fitting garments should be a firm fit but not too tight or constrict your movement. A bit of compression is good but it shouldn't impede circulation, rub or pull, to avoid discomfort and low-grade injuries (chafing, blistering).
It is important when trying on a rowing suit to note where the leg (seam) finishes. Ideally the suit should finish midway up the thigh so that it neither rides up, nor drags under the slide. We also offer lightweight (longer body) rowing suits and made to measure garments.