B-Hot Longsleeve Mock - Buy It BlankStay warm and dry in colder temperatures
B-Hot Longsleeve Mock - Buy It Blank
Stay warm and dry in colder temperatures... Learn More
The B-Hot Longsleeve Mock provides two layers of fabric interlaced and designed to keep you warm and dry in colder temperatures. It is constructed of 63%... See More
B-Hot Longsleeve Mock
The B-Hot Longsleeve Mock provides two layers of fabric interlaced and designed to keep you warm and dry in colder temperatures. It is constructed of 63% nylon/23% polyester/14% spandex moisture management fabric. It features stretch body fit, self fabric collar, double-needle hem with tack and a Badger heat transfer logo on left sleeve.
Size & Fit
|XS||32" - 34"|
|S||34" - 36"|
|M||38" - 40"|
|L||42" - 44"|
|XL||46" - 48"|
|2XL||50" - 52"|
|3XL||54" - 56"|
|S||14 1/2"||23 1/2"|
|L||17 1/2"||25 1/2"|
|2XL||20 1/2"||27 1/2"|
How To Choose Your Size
We understand that choosing the best size and fit can sometimes be challenging. We're here to help!
Just follow the simple steps below to select the best size for your needs.
Step 1 - Size Information
A size chart generally refers to the "size" you might want based on your actual body measurements. You should use this as a general guideline because you might want a tighter or looser fit. When in doubt or you fall in between sizes we suggest ordering a size up. If you are unsure of your measurements, click here to review tips to help you take them properly.
Step 2 - Garment Measurements
Using garment dimensions provided by the manufacturer is the best way to determine how an item will fit you. You should take into consideration your preferences and what you are wearing it for when choosing which size to order.
The garment dimensions listed above are the actual size of the garment laid out flat.
Measurement Notes: Chest is measured 1" below the armhole with garment laying flat. Back length from the center back below the collar to bottom of shirt.
Compare your actual body measurements to the garment measurements (you'll need to double the circumference measurement listed in the garment measurements) and allow room for movement. Manufacturers allow for a tolerance of + or - 1 inch. When in doubt or if you fall in between sizes, we suggest ordering a size up.
If you have a garment and like the way it fits, you can measure it based on these steps then determine what the best size to order will be.