How To Find Your Size In Authentic Lacoste Polo Shirts

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This guide will teach you how to find your Australian, US & UK sizes in the Authentic Lacoste Polo Shirts being sold on eBay. The real authentic Lacoste polo's are sized in the designer french system, this guide will give you a detailed chart converting sizes to Australian, USA and UK sizing systems.

When buying your Lacoste Clothing & Polo Shirts be sure to buy from a reputable Australian company to ensure you are getting authentic merchandise. A few tips on buying authentic Lacoste polo shirts is the tag on the shirt will be in the French/Designer system, and will also have 'Designed in France' on the tag, and either made in France or Peru using 100% cotton. (beware of other materials on the original Lacoste Polo, this shirt has always been made from a 100% cotton mesh, or plain 100% cotton - depending on style.) Avoid shirts made in China, these are fakes. Lacoste Polo Shirts are made in France or Peru, and will be clearly marked on the tag - these is your main tell tale signs, also the quality of the shirt, and the 'crocodile' embroidery will be perfect quality with no flaws. eBay is a great way to save on all your Authentic Designer Clothing and Accessories, although there are not many 'fake' or 'immitations' getting around in Australia, here is just a couple of things you can check out to be sure you are not paying your hard earned money on cheap 'bootleg' products made by unauthorised factories. 

SIZING CONVERSION CHART

  • SIZE 3 - Extra Small (XS)
  • SIZE 4 - Small (S)
  • SIZE 5 - Medium (M)
  • SIZE 6 - Large (L)
  • SIZE 7 - Extra Large (XL)
  • SIZE 8 - Extra Extra Large (XXL)

The above size chart is your standard shirt sizes for Australia, USA and UK. This is just a simple universal chart and a few tell tale authenticity signs we have put up in our Lacoste Polo Guide, if you have found this helpful please let us know, or if you have any ideas to improve this guide we would love to hear them.

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