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What does NOA mean?

NOA means NO Allowance or it designates Finished Sizes. When measurements are submitted, they are deemed to have been taken directly from the body (unless otherwise specified) and so require additional allowances from 0.5 inches to 6 inches for comfort and freedom of movement. These amount of these allowances depends on the overall size of the wearer and the type of garment chosen. The acronym NOA signifies that a particular number is the Finished Measurement for the relevant dimension/area of the garment. A waist measurement of 42 NOA for pants means that the actual waist of the pants has been finished at 42 inches.
When you see a NOA size in your measurements portfolio, this indicates that the finished size of the relevant dimension is the indicated number. If you wish to denote that a certain part of the garment should be finished at XYZ inches, simply add the term NOA at the end of that number.
Alternatively you can use the lower portion of the measurements forms to indicate which of the measurements have been taken from a garment (and not from the body) so that the finished garment we construct has the same finished size as the garment you measured from.
If all the measurements you submit are taken from a garment that fits you well, simply use the Send Sizes to Copy forms linked from the Measurements Portfolio in your account.

Other commonly asked questions about Measurements, Sizes, How to? When ? What ?

  1. Can I send in sizes that I want copied from a garment that fits me well?
  2. When I submit sizes, it shows an ´out of range´ error. What does that mean?
  3. I am afraid to take sizes. Can I send measurements off a garment I am happy with?
  4. What is difference between "Slim or Snug Fit", "Athletic Cut" and "Full Fit"?
  5. How do I send digital images to use with my order?
  6. How do I best take sizes, with clothes on or without any clothes on? Should I submit sizes in centimeters or Inches ?
  7. I have a shirt I want sizes taken from. How is this accomplished?
  8. I have existing garments that I want to send to you for replicating sizes off of. How do I do this?
  9. When, how, and where do I submit my measurements?
  10. Can you do Large loose shirts ? Can you to Tight or fitted Shirts ? Loose baggy slacks? Snug fit pants ? Boxy Jackets?
  11. Can you do big and tall size custom clothing?
  12. Can you do wheelchair fit ? I have physical limitations, can you accomodate them in my custom clothing?
  13. What if I am an odd size with parts of my physique larger or smaller than other parts of my physique? Such as, what if my neck is a lot larger than the rest of my proportions or what if my sleeves are extra short compared to the rest of me?
  14. Can I update the measurements after the order has been delivered?
  15. I am an existing client but do not see my measurements profile in my account. Do you have all my measurements? If so, why is it not shown?
  16. How can I be sure of a perfect fit?
  17. Can you use off the rack sizes? Can I submit Ready to Wear sizes for my custom clothing?
  18. What are the minimal size requirements for Shirts ? Jackets ? Pants ? Vests ?
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