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True Vintage stocks a large variety of clothing brands each with its own unique sizing guide.  The fit of garments will vary depending on the cut, style and fabric used.

To help you with your shopping experience and give you the upmost confidence in your purchases we have provided measurements for all our items. 

Below is a guide to how we measure all our items:

Firstly, we take a pit to pit measurement by laying the garment flat, face up and measuring the cloth from its widest point from under the armpit to the other armpit.

Pit to Pit

Then we take the length measurement by laying the item flat on the ground with the back of the shirt facing up. The measurement is taken from the seam where the collar band attaches to the yoke (the fabric that sits across the shoulders) straight down to the hem of the item at its longest point.


The listing should look like this:

Size: L


Pit to pit - 25.5"
Length on back - 27.5"

To ensure your purchase fits perfectly we recommend measuring a piece of clothing that fits well and using this as a guide.

If you need any further help please done hesitate to get in touch.

Our rings come in a wide range of shapes and sizes. Please see below for our ring conversion chart to find the right size for you. 

If you need any further help please done hesitate to get in touch.

The Nike Archive


The True Vintage archive is a six-year labour of love, packed with thousands of rare items from iconic brands including Adidas, Stone Island and Harley Davidson.


One of our favourite archive brands is one that needs no introduction, so we'll keep this short!

Nike, considered the world's most valuable apparel brand, was founded in 1962, and over the past 60 years has collaborated with celebrities and iconic fashion brands including Supreme, Kanye West, Michael Jordan and Comme des Garcons.

To pay homage to the iconic swoosh, we’ve selected our top ten pieces from the hundreds of Nike items stored in our archive.

Our unique selection includes vintage gems like a jacket, t-shirt and sweatshirt from the 1992 Urban Jungle Gym, as well as the iconic range with Spike Lee and Tim Hardaway.

Our top ten also includes apparel from the Nike Challenge Court range, a historical tennis collection from the early '90s, with colours and graphics that still resonate today.

Check out our top ten below, and find out more about the True Vintage archive here.

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