Welcome to Altitude Apparel

Altitude is a South African brand of premium lifestyle garments such as golfers, T-shirts, sweaters, jackets, kids, headwear, and includes corporate clothing and professional work wear.

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Garment Fits

Slim Fit: Snug, body contouring t. Take one size bigger than your normal size.
Regular Fit: Standard t. A comfortable and flattering t that is appropriate for most body shapes.
Relaxed Fit: Loosely fitted garments. Take one size smaller if you do not want a loose garment.
Generous Fit: Loosely gitted garments. Take one or two sizes smaller if you do not want a very loose garment.


Fabric Guide

Why wear Cotton?

  • Comfortable and soft on your skin.
  • Good absorbency.
  • Breathable.
  • Excellent printed results.
  • Machine-washable.
  • Dry-cleanable.
  • Strong and durable fabric.
  • Abrasion-resistant fabric, example Canvas.
  • Holds up to 27 times its own weight in water, stronger when wet.
  • No electric charge, eliminating static cling.
  • Natural fibre therefore non-allergenic.

Why wear Polyester?

  • Elastic fibre, tends to be more durable.
  • More affordable than cotton.
  • Easy care fabric – minimal creasing.
  • Wash and wear fabric.
  • Drapes beautifully.
  • Crease resistant.
  • Does not shrink.
  • Lightweight.
  • Tear resistant in ‘knitted’ fabrics.

Why wear Polycotton?

  • Has the strength of both fabrics.
  • Breathable fabric.
  • Easy care fabric.
  • Durable fabric.
  • Does not shrink.
  • Holds colour well.
  • More affordable than cotton.


How To Take Body Measurements

Before you start measuring, remember to:

  1. Use a non-stretchable tape measure.
  2. Make sure the tape measure is level around your body and parallel to the oor. 3. Keep the tape close to your skin without depressing it.

Bust: Measure all the way around your bust and back on the line of your nipples.
Chest: Measure directly under your breasts, as high up as possible.
Waist: Measure at its narrowest point width-wise, usually just above the navel.
Hips: Measure around the widest part of the hipbones.
Midway: Measure midway between the widest part of your hips and your waist.
Thighs: Measure around fullest part of upper leg while standing.
Knees: Measure immediately above the knee.
Calves: Measure around fullest part.
Upper arm: Measure above your elbows – around fullest part.
Forearms: Measure below your elbows – around fullest part.

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Converting body measurements into garment size

There is no set formula to convert your body measurement into garment measurements. There are several factors to take into account: Fabrics (Knits, Woven, Lycra), style, body shapes, personal fit preference i.e. do you like to wear garments that fit you snug or loose.

This is our rough estimation on fits, fit might not be true for all body shapes. These estimates are based on regular fit items.

Ladies: Regular t: Half Chest (cm)









Bust: Body Measurements

80- 87cm

88- 97cm

98- 105cm

106- 114cm

115- 122cm

123- 130cm

131- 138cm

139- 148cm

Men’s: Regular t: Half Chest (cm)









Chest: Body Measurements

83- 91cm

92- 100cm

101- 109cm

110- 121cm

122- 132cm

133- 143cm

144- 154cm

155- 162cm


Please note that the colours displayed on this site may not match up correctly to the physical garment. If in doubt we suggest ordering a sample before making any purchasing decision.