Quick Size Guide from Baby to 10 Years Old

Size Guide

This size chart is to be used as a guide only. If the child’s height and/or weight cross over more than one row on the table, we suggest you purchase the larger size.

Baby – Toddler Size Guide (0-2 years)
Child’s weightChild’s HeightChilds’s ageChilds’s Size
2kg -3kg45cm – 47cmPremature00000
3kg – 4kg47cm – 55cmNewborn0000
4kg – 6kg55cm – 60cmUp to 3 months000
6kg – 8kg60cm – 70cmUp to 6 months00
8kg – 10kg70cm – 75cmUp to 9 months0
10kg – 11kg75cm – 80cmUp to 12 months1
12kg – 14kg80cm – 90cmUp to 24 months2
Girls Size Guide (2-10 years)
Age & SizeHeightChestWaistHips
2-3 years98cm53cm51cm55cm
3-4 years104cm55cm52cm58cm
5-6 years116cm58cm53cm63cm
7-8 years128cm62cm55cm69cm
9-10 years140cm68cm59cm75cm
Boys Size Guide (2-10 years)
Age & SizeHeightChestWaistCollar
2-3 years98cm53cm51cm25cm
3-4 years104cm56cm52cm25cm
5-6 years116cm61cm56cm29cm
7-8 years128cm65cm58cm31cm
9-10 years140cm70cm62cm32cm
How to measure

Height: Have your child stand as straight and tall as possible. Measure from the top of the head down to the ground. Your child must be barefoot with their heels together and feet flat on the floor.

Chest: Have your child stand with his/her arms out to the sides. Measure at the fullest part of the chest over underwear. Your tape measure should be snug but not tight.

Waist: Have your child stand with his/her arms out to the sides. Place the tape measure around the smallest part of the waistline, the tape measure should be snug but not tight

Hips: Have your child stand comfortably and measure over underwear placing the tape measure around the fullest part of the hips.

Collar: Place the tape measure around the base of the neck where the collar usually sits, do not pull the tape too tightly as it is important to have a little extra room around the neck.

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