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Gymnastics Leotards, Gymnast leotard Adult X Small

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Sold Date: 10/24/2009
Channel: Online Auction
Source: eBay



Grape purple tie dye candy cane; very nice spandex!

I take representative pictures of each style. Shows are a size 3 and 8 which are the sizes my "models" wear. When t is a pattern or a print, your specific size may differ slightly from the pictured leotard and different monitors display colors differently. All leotards are hand-made, brand new and never worn.

This is a girl's size 10 or adult extra small

MY LISTINGS ARE SIZE SPECIFIC BEFORE YOU BID:

Please use this chart to determine your size. My sizes do not compare with other national brands and the only way to ensure proper fit is accurately measuring.

I CHARGE AN EXCHANGE FEE AND I DO NOT GIVE REFUNDS!

3

4

5

6

7

8

10 or xs

12 or

small

14 or

med

16 or

large

Bust (inches)

21 – 22

23 – 24

24 – 25

25 - 26

26 – 27

27 – 28

28 – 30

30 – 31

31 - 33

33 - 34

Waist

20 ½

21

21 ½

22 ½

23

23 ½

24 ½

25 ½

26

27

Hips

22 – 23

23 – 24

24 – 25

25 – 26

26 – 27

27 – 28

29 – 30

31 – 32

32 – 33

35 - 36

Girth

37 – 39

39 – 40

40 - 42

42 – 43

43 – 45

45 – 47

49 – 51

51 – 53

53 – 55

57 - 59

Girth is the most important measurement to match. Start at one shoulder, draw tape measure through the crotch and continue up the back in one continuous loop until you meet the tape measure at the beginning shoulder. If this measurement causes you to question between two sizes, the rule of thumb is to go with the larger of the two sizes.

Size 16 (L) is the largest size I sew for sale on Ebay. If you require an exchange for a size larger than 16 (L) a custom size fee will be charged in addition to the usual exchange fee.

Different fabrics may have different stretch coefficients and different patterns have different cuts, which may cause the fit to differ within the same size.

Girth is the most important measurement. Measure your gymnast from one shoulder through the crotch and returning up the back to the same shoulder.

Different fabrics may have different stretch coefficients and different patterns have different cuts, which may cause the fit to differ within the same size.

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