Traditional underwear sizes explained and how you can find your perfect fit.
Like many, you may be wondering how to measure your underwear size. I mean you have a physique that is particular to man but will wear an underwear usually made for a woman’s body.
Many transgender and non-binary are ordering/wearing the wrong underwear size. A lot has to do with the understanding of tucking gear size and measurement which is why I decided to do this article.
We are leveraging our tucking underwear expertise to break this down, so you never have to settle for a no so-good fit.
Tucking underwear sizes explained
Traditional female underwear or panties measurements are calculated based on your waist size. This is usually determined by measuring around your waist, right where you belly button is. One item that is often overlooked, and is of the utmost importance, is that your birth physique is masculine. Therefore, your hips are smaller, and its shape is different. This plays a huge factor in your size and what type of tucking gear will be the perfect fit for you.
Therefore, we developed our tucking underwear specifically for your body type. And that explains the need to take your measure to the hips and NOT to your waist.
It’s also important to remember that when you are looking at these measurements to not round to a whole number. FIT4U Solutions makes tucking gear in a tighter material so you don’t have to settle for discomfort — just make sure you go with the larger size if you hesitate between two sizes.
TIP: Any time you hesitate between two sizes, go up a size, especially for the Active FIT.
Use our helpful Underwear Size Chart as a sizing guide.