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Adidas World Cup Shirts Don't fit Advertised Size
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Unfortunately some try to claim that selecting from preset options is personalisation and so you may have a bit of an argument on your hands that legally it isnt.
As to rejecting them as not fit for purpose under the CRA instead, have you measured them against the size guide? If you have and they are short then you have a strong argument, and a better on than under the CCR, however if they are right and you just didnt check the size guide its an upward struggle to argue a subjective value is wrong.
Yes we all buy clothes and shoes for our kids that are too big so they grow into them, thats right.
A lesson learned for next time?
With manufacturers being in countries where their nation tends to be a smaller frame/size than here, or the US, the label inside garments cannot be relied upon to be a global/general size.
Retailers supplying the actual garment measurements is, very slowly, becoming more seen - not happening quickly enough though and many of us are falling foul of this predicament the OP is in now.