Go one size up....and if you have temperate MTP and need hot weather MTP go one size up again! The hot and temperate may say the same size but they are not. All our lads, me included will now have to exchange out in Afghan as they dont match. Even my other half as soon as she saw them said the hot ones were smaller.
Just feeling in my sizing chart now and it's just a nightmare, do I go for the same size as my 95s, as instructed hoping that all these sizing issues have been sorted out by now.
or do I go up a trouser size and down a smock size as advised here take it from me I don't want trousers 1 size too small
Or you can tailor it to fit you nice and snugly......
I only say that because yesterday I sat behind a female Int Corps Sgt who had done just that!! She'd sewn two long curving tucks in to the back of her jacket - I'm not sure how that would go down in the real Army? Right or wrong, it did look a lot smarter than the scruffy combat-Auschwitz pyjama look that now prevails.
Funny that - one day i was wearing my CS95 DPM then that morning i went and got my PCS and changed at lunch time into it! So if my CS95 Fitted me fine (despite years or shrinking in issued washing/drying machines).....