Size Chart

T-shirt

Size Chest Body Length Sleeve length
XS 45 67,5 18,5
S 48 69,5 19,5
M 51 71,5 20,5
L 54 73,5 21,5
XL 57 75,5 22,5
XXL 60 77,5 23,5
XXXL 63 79,5 24,5

V-neck Shirt

Size Chest Body Length Sleeve length
S 48 69,5 19,5
M 51 71,5 20,5
L 54 73,5 21,5
XL 57 75,5 22,5
XXL 60 77,5 23,5

Polo Shirt

Size Chest Body Length Sleeve length
S 48 69,5 19,5
M 51 71,5 20,5
L 54 73,5 21,5
XL 57 75,5 22,5
XXL 60 77,5 23,5
XXXL 63 79,5 24,5

Sweater

Size Chest Body Length Sleeve length
XS 45 67,5 18,5
S 48 69,5 19,5
M 51 71,5 20,5
L 54 73,5 21,5
XL 57 75,5 22,5
XXL 60 77,5 23,5
XXXL 63 79,5 24,5

Hoodie

Size Chest Body Length Sleeve length
XS 45 67,5 18,5
S 48 69,5 19,5
M 51 71,5 20,5
L 54 73,5 21,5
XL 57 75,5 22,5
XXL 60 77,5 23,5
XXXL 63 79,5 24,5

Shorts

Size Waist Hip Side Length
XS 32 47 38,50
S 34 50 40
M 36 53 41,50
L 38 56 43
XL 41 59 44,50
XXL 44 62 46
XXXL 47 66 47,50
Please Note: The following information is intended for use as a general guideline.
Sizing and fit are approximate and may vary by designer.

Measuring Guide

Chest

Lay your shirt flat with buttons fastened. Measure accross the chest between the lowest point of the arm seams and double the measurement. Half chest: 2,5cm below armhole.

Body Length

The length at the center of your back from the base of the collar to the hem.

Sleeve Length

Measure from the center of the collar to the shoulder seam, then measure from the shoulder seam to the end of the cuff and combine these measurements.

Welcome to WMVF

Missions

Missions.

The Worldwide Military Veterans Foundation is actively involved in collaborating with its veterans and supporters

to increase its profile and achieve its goals. This is why we need your help. Let your fellow-veterans and

supporters on social media know, in a stylish way, where you are from.

(Who) The veterans and supporters. (What) Posting a photo of themselves and their WMVF products on their

Instagram accounts or on our Facebook page including the hashtag #WMVFOI. (When) After they have

received their WMVF order. (Where) At the municipality border by the roadside place name of their place of

residence or a well known monument. (Why) So that the goals of the WMVF can be achieved.


START THE DIALOGUE.

WMVF supports good causes through its shop. One is an international relief organisation to be determined. Additionally, other institutes are able to register as members of WMVF, if they wish to work together to improve the position of veterans worldwide. A short email is good way to "Start the dialogue."


HELPING EACHOTHER

By working together with veterans and supporters, WMVF is striving to complete and expand our network. Our aim is to engage in dialogue and promote respect. One of our goals is to be there for each other, as veterans have always been for us.


Your registration is completely free. If you buy products online, your money will automatically go to this good cause. If you have registered as a member please fill in our survey and make your voice heard as to which international relief agency we should donate to.

What veterans are

After serving, men and women of all ages return to society as veterans, bringing with them the experience they have acquired elsewhere in the world and in the military. Veterans are therefore not just the heroes from past wars, as is so often thought. Veterans are men and women, young and old, who left the safety of their own homes to help others and to serve their country. They return to our society and either continue working for the military or start on a new career path. In whatever way they continue their lives after working for the military, they all have one thing in common – they are veterans and must never be forgotten.


Acknowledgement and recognition

Veterans who are willing to share their experiences don’t always do this. It’s a topic that’s not easily talked about with family and friends, and very often people aren’t aware that someone they know is a veteran. This international symbol and this platform will help to generate discussion. Veterans should, must and will be seen. This symbol breaks the ice and results in pride becoming a common factor for veterans (amongst themselves) and non-veterans around them. In addition to sharing their experiences of working for the military, veterans also share a strong feeling of pride and loyalty with each other. Our wish is that they can find such support in their own immediate surroundings.


Registration and information

WMVF provides veterans a platform where they can register, free of charge. We will inform veterans about the steps we are taking to expand the platform and to gain more international recognition. In addition, we want our members to decide together which international relief agency we will donate to.