Men's Ring Size Chart
Men’s ring sizing can seem confusing and complicated, especially if you’ve visited two different jewellers and they’ve given you two different sizes for the same ring finger.
How does this happen? Well, in Australia, we traditionally use a lettering system, like Q, or Q 1/2. This lettering system in our opinion is a little bit flawed, as the difference between half sizes is so small, that your finger can swell by more than this simply walking from outside of the shopping center into the air conditioning!
While we are an Australian founded and owned company, we think the U.S. men’s ring sizing system is superior, simply because the difference between 8 and 8.5 is more useful and accurate to our customers’ every day life and requirements.
We also take that up a notch again by producing our own super accurate ring sizer, which we give away to our Australian customers for free. This takes all the guesswork out of it with no risk to you. Get’s yours now!
How do I determine my ring size?
1. By far the most accurate way to find out your ring size is to use our physical ring sizer. Take advantage of our free ring sizer offer here;
2. Read the tips provided from our customers below;
3. Head to your local jeweller and ask them to measure your finger;
4. Read our ‘Common Ring Sizing Questions’ after the sizing chart.
Customer tips to determine what ring size to buy
- Wide bands often fit slightly tighter and customers often go up half a size.
- Our bands are comfort fit, so they taper to the finger and you may require half a size smaller if you are used to a flat inner band.
- Fingers swell through out the day so try your ring on first thing in the morning and after lunch or a day at work before you decide to exchange your size.
- What fits you perfectly in Winter may no longer in Summer. You can use our Fit for Life policy to grab a new size!
Free Ring Sizer <- Click to get our free ring sizer!
Once you have determined your size, you can simply click on the size below to see our range in that size.
|Size (mm)*||Diameter (mm)||U.S. Size||U.K./Aust Size|
Common Ring Sizing Questions
I went to three different jewellers and was given three different sizes, which one is correct?
You’re not alone! While sizing should be the same between different jewellers, slightly differing measuring techniques and tools can result in different results. This is why we recommend using a sizing ribbon from the actual jeweller you will be purchasing from. We also include one of our ring sizers when you purchase a full priced ring from us, so if it isn’t the perfect fit you can accurately measure your replacement and use our easy exchange system for out modern metals rings and for traditional metals, it is as easy as heading to your local jeweller to have it re-sized.
But what if I order the wrong size, or it is for a gift?
If you find that the ring you have ordered is the incorrect size, you may exchange it in accordance with our super easy exchange/returns policies, just make sure you check out the policy for the metal that you want.
Average ring size for men?
The average male ring size we sell is a size 10 (T 1/2) so we recommend purchasing a ring around this size. Check out our exchange and returns policies first, this may help you decide what metal to buy.
The ring I want is not available in the size I need!
Contact us, we can look into having it custom made for you (it may incur a charge to have a ring custom made for you). Custom made rings are only available if it is a design we stock and will stock in the future, so sale rings are generally not available. Custom men’s rings can require 2-6 months to be made and arrive back to us, so please get in early and let us know your time frame.
Men’s Wedding Ring Finger
In Australia (and most of the world), a man’s wedding ring finger is the finger on your left hand next to your pinky. This is often unhelpfully referred to as your ring finger.