So the time has come, your SPOKEs have arrived, but something doesn’t feel quite right… Not to worry! We have our most frequently asked questions about fit right here, and if you can’t see your question, just drop us an email to email@example.com - we’d love to help.
My thighs are baggy, what do I do?
Time to do a pinch test! If you can pinch about an inch of fabric behind the thigh, then going down a Build size will fix this right up. There’s about an inch of difference in the seat and thigh, and around a centimetre in the lower leg between our Builds, and you can see all our measurements in our Size Chart here.
My thighs are too snug, what do I do?
If the waist feels fine, then up the Build size! This will give you some extra room in the seat and thigh. If the waistband also feels a little tight, then try going up an inch on the waist, but keep the build the same.
My waist is too loose, how much smaller should I go?
It sounds like we need to do another pinch test here! Pinch the waistband fabric together, if there’s about half an inch either side of that pinch, then you’ll only need to go down an inch on the waist size. However, if there’s a full inch either side, then go down by two.
My waist is too tight, how much larger should I go?
If you can close the fastener at the waistband, but it’s not very comfortable, up the waist size by an inch. If you can’t quite fasten the trousers, then another two inches on the waistband will do the trick here.
The leg length is too long, how much shorter should I go?
The first thing you need to do is pop on your SPOKEs and your favourite pair of shoes (wearing shoes will give you a much more realistic idea of your ideal trouser length). Then, roll up the bottom of the trouser, so that the fold is right along the hem seam. This hem measures about an inch, so each time you roll it up, you’re essentially reducing the leg length by an inch. Roll up the hem to your desired length, and then count the number of rolls to see how much you need to reduce your size by.