What type of estimation technique is T-shirt sizing?

What is T-shirt sizing? T-shirt Sizing is one of the Story points sizing technique to estimate user story usually used in agile projects. It’s a relative Estimation Technique. Rather than using a number of planning pokers, here, Items are classified into t-shirt sizes: XS, S, M, L, XL.

How do I calculate my agile T-shirt size?

T-shirt sizing as the name suggests is simply estimating with sizes similar to what you would find on a T-shirts’ label from Extra Small (XS) through to Extra Large (XL)… you can even keep going up to XXL, XXXL, etc. until it gets too ridiculous!

How do I measure my T-shirt size?

Chest: Measure from the bottom of the armpit of the T-shirt, to the bottom of the other armpit. Waist: Measure the waistline from one side to another. Hem: Measure from one side to another. Shirt length: Measure from the highest point of the shoulder to the very bottom of the T-shirt.

How shirt sizes work?

Here’s the scoop: The first number on the size tag refers to the neck size and the second number is the sleeve length. So a shirt size “15 34/35” means that the neck is 15 inches and the sleeve is between 34 and 35 inches.

What is the size of T shirt?

Lengths of ASOS T-shirt & polo shirts will vary from style to style, however the average length of a size M top measures 27.5 inches / 70cm down centre back from collar to hem.

Size To fit Chest Size
Inches CM
XS 34-36 86-91
S 36-38 91-96
M 38-40 96-101