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What size do I need for artic armor?

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I just saw the good deals on the artic armor bibs and jacket. I was wondering what I would need for sizes.

I usually wear a 2xl jacket and XL bibs. Size 38 waist with a 30inch inseam.

I am 6 feet tall approx. 275 lbs.

I would really like to take advantages of this offer. Just looking for input from others on this product.

Thanks

Hoytmystic

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I just saw the good deals on the artic armor bibs and jacket. I was wondering what I would need for sizes.

I usually wear a 2xl jacket and XL bibs. Size 38 waist with a 30inch inseam.

I am 6 feet tall approx. 275 lbs.

I would really like to take advantages of this offer. Just looking for input from others on this product.

Thanks

Hoytmystic

im 6 foot 260 pounds with a 40 inch waist i got the aa plus suit i had to get XXL coat and XXXL bibs

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I'm about the same size as you guys and I went with XXL for both coat and bibs.

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I would go with the 2xl in the red and black and the camo. For the plus, I would go with the 3xl.

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The size charts seemed really big, esp. the waist sizes. I'm a 38 waist, 31 inseam, 5'10 and 215#'s. I ordered an XL jacket and bibs.

Am I gonna be too big?? or okay. Doesn't sound like you need to layer up under these things, so I don't want alot of extra room, or do I?? Thanks in advance.

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The size charts seemed really big, esp. the waist sizes. I'm a 38 waist, 31 inseam, 5'10 and 215#'s. I ordered an XL jacket and bibs.

Am I gonna be too big?? or okay. Doesn't sound like you need to layer up under these things, so I don't want alot of extra room, or do I?? Thanks in advance.

You should be fine.

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