Arena Technical Suits Sizing Charts

The following is a list of links that will guide you to the proper manufacture sizing guide for each Arena technical suit that we sell. Keep in mind that all of these sizing guides are tools for estimation of size and are rarely 100% accurate simply because it's hard to calculate for every body type. 

We highly recommend that you come into our brick and mortar location to be properly sized by our two managers, Melanie and Kenzie. We don't sell technical suits unless we know that they fit perfectly, because we understand that these suits are a lot of money and they don't work unless they fit. 

If you have any questions about the proper suit size or would like to make an appointment to be fitted for a suit (yes we do make appointments outside of regular store hours) fill free to contact us

Powerskin ST 

Female Suits Male Suits 


Powerskin R-EVO+

Female Suits Male Suits


Carbon Air 

Female Suits Male Suits

Carbon Pro 

Female Suits Male Suits

Carbon Flex & Carbon Flex VX

Female Suits Male Suits 


How to Take the Measurements 

A Height: To determine your height, stand up straight and measure the distance from the crown of your head to the sole of your foot. 
B Breast: Take the measurement over the fullest part of your bust.
C Waist: Measure around the narrowest part of your waist line.
D Hips: Measure around the fullest part of your hips.
E Inner Leg:  With your leg stretched out, measure the inside of your leg from the crotch to the ankle bone.
F Body Length: In a loop, measure from the highest part of one shoulder, beneath the crotch, and then back up to the starting point. 


Note: You can use the sizing guides that we have generated for team style workout suits as a starting point. This can be especially helpful for all jammers, briefs, and classic cut non-leg female technical suits.