Judge Robe Measurements Instructions:
- Use the instructions and chart on for information on measuring for your new robe. You will need to enlist the help of a friend to make these measurements for your gown. This may need to be measured twice for an accurate number.
- To measure shirt sleeve length: Start at the nape of the neck, then go to the shoulder tip, then to the wrist. This will be one long, continuous measurement. This may need to be measured twice for and accurate number.
- To measure robe length: Start at the nape of the neck, go down the center of your spine to where you would like the hem. Mid-calf is standard. This may need to be measured twice for an accurate number.
- Please list measurements in inches.
- We understand that it may be difficult to measure accurately but each robe is custom made and each step is need. Please feel free to contact us with any questions. You can view our helpful instructional video below, which demonstrates the Judge Robe Measurements Instructions procedures:
An accurate fit is important for the long term comfort required for a judge robe. Each style includes a number of features focused on a good custom fit. This gown includes fully lined sleeves, fluting over the shoulders and across the back, and a yoke constructed in eight separate pieces.
Also of note, across the front, this judicial gown has full pleats that extend from below the yoke all the way to the hem of the robe, adding a subtle professional look to this judge’s robe.
Available in any of our six fabrics, and custom made entirely in the United States, each style gown serves as an excellent symbol of judicial authority for judges, commissioners, Administrative Law judges, arbitrators, and other adjudicating officials across America.