Size Guides

How To Choose Your Belt Size

 

 

 

1. To select your belt size you will measure around the largest part of your abdomen where you will wear your Evolution Support Belt. Do NOT pull the tape overly tight but just enough to measure your abdomen circumference.

2. If you’re in between sizes, we recommend sizing up.

3. We recommend sizing up if you are at the top end of your size and would prefer a less restrictive fit and ease of putting on.

4. This belt is meant to provide a great deal of support, if you are looking for more of a “warming” belt we recommend sizing up.

Size Chart 

  • Medium 28” – 31”
  • Large 32” – 36”
  • XL 37” – 41”
  • 2XL 42” – 46”
  • 3XL 47” – 52”
  • 4XL 53” – 58”
  • 5XL 59″ – 64″ (COMING SOON!)

1. To select your knee sleeve size you will measure around the center of your knee with a straight leg. Do NOT pull the tape overly tight but just enough to measure your knee joint.

2. If you have very large quad or calf muscles, you may want to order one size up.

3. We recommend sizing up if you are becoming familiar with the use of support gear and/or if you will not have someone to assist you in putting it on.

Sizing Chart 
Small 11” – 12”
Medium 12” – 13”
Large 13” – 14”
XL 14” – 15”
2XL 15” – 16”
3XL 16” – 17”
4XL 17” – 18”
5XL 18” – 19”
6XL 19″- 20″

1. To select your elbow sleeve size you will measure around the center of your elbow with a straight arm. Do NOT pull the tape overly tight but just enough to measure your elbow joint.

2. If you have very large bicep or forearm muscles, you may want to order one size up.

3. We recommend sizing up if you are becoming familiar with the use of support gear and/or if you will not have someone to assist you in putting it on.

Sizing Chart 
Small 8” – 9”
Medium 9” – 10”
Large 10” – 11”
XL 11” – 12”
2XL 12” – 13”
3XL 13” – 14”
4XL 14” – 15″
5XL 15” – 16”
6XL 16″ – 17″

1. To select your knee sleeve size you will measure around the center of your knee with a straight leg. Do NOT pull the tape overly tight but just enough to measure your knee joint.

2. If you have very large quad or calf muscles, you may want to order one size up.

3. We recommend sizing up if you are becoming familiar with the use of support gear and/or if you will not have someone to assist you in putting on.

Size Chart
Small 12” – 13”
Medium 13” – 14”
Large 14” – 15”
XL 15” – 16”
2XL 16” – 17”
3XL 17” – 18”

1. To select your elbow sleeve size you will measure around the center of your elbow with a straight arm. Do NOT pull the tape overly tight but just enough to measure your elbow joint.

2. If you have very large bicep or forearm muscles, you may want to order one size up.

3. We recommend sizing up if you are becoming familiar with the use of support gear and/or if you will not have someone to assist you in putting on.

Size Chart 

Small 8″-9″
Medium 9” – 10”
Large 10” – 11”
XL 11” – 12”
2XL 12” – 13”
3XL 13” – 14”
4XL 14” – 15”

1. Measure around your waist for sizing. This will be where the top of your shorts will sit on your body.

2. If you’re borderline between sizes, you may size down for a tighter fit.

Waist Measurements:

  • Small 27” – 30”
  • Medium 30” – 33”
  • Large 33” – 37”
  • XL 37” – 41”
  • 2XL 41” – 47”
  • 3XL 47” – 53”

To find the right size Activation Band, we recommend standing with your feet directly under your hips then measure the circumference around your knees. If you prefer more resistance, you can size down. For less resistance, you can size up.

For reference, Brian is 6’8″ and 400+ pounds and uses an XL. Keri is 5’7″ and 135 pounds and uses a small or medium, depending on the desired resistance.

  • Small:  23″ – 28′
  • Medium:  28″ – 33″
  • Large:  33″ – 38″
  • XL:  38″ – 43″

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