Frequently Asked Questions
Hermès products / Sizing
Which size of enamel bracelets shall I order?
This bracelet opens and closes directly on the forearm like a cuff. Therefore, you only need to measure your wrist circumference when choosing your Clic H bracelet. A properly fitted watch strap can serve as your guide. However, you can also use a measuring tape. The chart below indicates which Hermès sizes correspond to measurements in centimetres.
|Clic H, Clic Clac H||15.7 cm||17 cm|
|Clic H, Clic Clac H||6.2 inch||6.7 inch|
|Clic HH||18 cm|
|Clic HH||7.1 inch|
A bracelet should sit snugly on the wrist and not slide up and down. It should wrap around it, but not feel tight. To measure your bracelet size, hold out your hand with your thumb outstretched and aligned with your other fingers. Using a measuring tape or even a strip of paper, measure your hand circumference. Refer to the chart to discover your bracelet size. Go ahead, give yourself a hand!
|hand circumference equal or less than||18.2 cm||19.1 cm||21.9 cm|
|hand circumference equal or less than||7.2 inch||7.5 inch||8.6 inch|
Which size of belt shall I order?
At Hermès, each strip of leather is always cut from a single hide. Extreme precision is therefore of the essence. To determine your size, measure your favourite belt from the buckle to the hole you use most. For a first-time purchase, simply measure your waist circumference at the height at which you would like to wear your belt.
|waist||75 cm||80 cm||85 cm||90 cm||95 cm||100 cm||105 cm||110 cm||115 cm||120 cm|
|waist||29.5 inch||31.5 inch||33.5 inch||35.4 inch||37.4 inch||39.4 inch||41.3 inch||43.3 inch||45.3 inch||47,2 inch|
|waist||70 cm||75 cm||80 cm||85 cm||90 cm||95 cm||100 cm||105 cm||110 cm|
|waist||27.5 inch||29.5 inch||31.5 inch||33.5 inch||35.4 inch||37.4 inch||39.4 inch||41.3 inch||43.3 inch|
What size rings should I order?
You may consult our ring size chart here.
What shoe size should I order?
Did you know that the French have a special word for 'shoe size', 'pointure?' However, contrary to what you may believe, this word has nothing to do with the 'point' or tip of a shoe. It is a technical term borrowed from printing that designates a 'piece used in shoemaking to which the upper is stitched'. So, how do you measure your 'pointure?' Depending on which country you are from, this can require some varied and mysterious calculations. Please find below two charts that will help you nail down your shoe size.
How should I choose my hat?
Unless you intend to wear a hat somewhere other than on your head, finding out your hat size is quite simple: simply measure your head circumference. Wrap a measuring tape around your forehead and run it just over your ears. Should you have any doubts, ask a person you trust for help, someone who won't accuse you of having a big head!
|head circumference||54 cm||55 cm||56 cm||57 cm||58 cm||59 cm||60 cm||61 cm||62 cm|
|head circumference||21.2 inch||21.6 inch||22 inch||22.4 inch||22.8 inch||23.2 inch||23.6 inch||24 inch||24.4 inch|
|Europe||3 1/2||4||4 1/2||5||5 1/2||6||6 1/2||7||7 1/2|
|US||6 5/8||6 3/4||6 7/8||7||7 1/8||7 1/4||7 3/8||7 1/2||7 5/8|
|UK||6 3/4||6 7/8||7||7 1/8||7 1/4||7 3/8||7 1/2||7 5/8||7 3/4|
How should I choose my gloves?
To measure your glove size precisely, there's no need to get all up in arms! Simply wrap a measuring tape around the back and the palm of your hand (not including the thumb). Keep your fingers outstretched yet curved and the tape loose, as indicated in the picture. The size chart pictured here will help you find your size.
|hand circumference||16 cm||17.5 cm||19 cm||20 cm||21.5 cm||23 cm||24 cm||25.5 cm||27 cm|
|hand circumference||6.3 inch||6.8 inch||7.4 inch||7.8 inch||8.4 inch||9 inch||9.4 inch||10 inch||10.6 inch|