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Women's average THIGH and CALF size! What's yours?

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  • fithunni86fithunni86 Posts: 14Member Member Posts: 14Member Member
    5 7
    134 pounds
    Thighs 21.5
    Not sure on calf
  • LivingtheLeanDreamLivingtheLeanDream Posts: 12,174Member Member Posts: 12,174Member Member
    5ft 2
    130lbs
    Thigh 19.5"
    calf 13"
    Bust 32"
    Waist 26"
    hips 35"
    Body fat; guessing around 26%
  • richardpkennedy1richardpkennedy1 Posts: 1,890Member Member Posts: 1,890Member Member
    I'm a guy but I'll leave my measurements here as reference.
    Height 5'7"
    Weight 146 lbs
    Thigh 21"
    Calves 14"
    Body fat around 18-20%
  • alyssagb1alyssagb1 Posts: 343Member Member Posts: 343Member Member
    Interesting topic :)

    I'm not done yet but here what they are currently

    5ft9"
    156lbs
    22 inch thighs (widest part)
    13.75 inch calves (widest part)

    Always had quite slim calves and chunky thighs :(

    Were pretty close in measurements!

    5'9
    150 lbs
    20.5" thighs
    13.5 calves

    Trying to get down to 125-130 :blush:
  • mtbaker91mtbaker91 Posts: 1Member Member Posts: 1Member Member
    What part of the thigh do you guys measure?
  • ckm013ckm013 Posts: 9Member Member Posts: 9Member Member
    5'6
    166lbs
    Thigh: 21.5 in
    Calf: 14 in
    Bmi: 21%
    edited July 2016
  • HardyGirl4EverHardyGirl4Ever Posts: 1,289Member, Premium Member Posts: 1,289Member, Premium Member
    colpol1 wrote: »
    This post has made me feel better about my calf size, used to think they were huge but now I am thinking normal :) I still want them smaller, but hey ho, that will come in time ( I hope! )
    5
    I weigh 11 stone 6
    THIGHS: 26 :(
    CALF: 15.

    Okay I never realised my thighs were so huge! =[ well this is the wake up call I needed.

    I feel the same way about my thighs! Mine are 25.5. I always thought mine were big, but I didn't realize how big til seeing everyone else's?
  • FursianFursian Posts: 482Member Member Posts: 482Member Member
    mtbaker91 wrote: »
    What part of the thigh do you guys measure?

    Widest part.
  • phantasmagorrphantasmagorr Posts: 5Member Member Posts: 5Member Member
    Calves: 17"
    Thighs: 24"
    Weight: 212 lb
    Height: 5'6

    I've always done a lot of walking so my calves have always been silly big from muscle..
  • robininflrobininfl Posts: 1,144Member Member Posts: 1,144Member Member
    5'9" nearly ten stone
    pretty lean, bodyfat in low 20s
    thighs about 20-21"
    Calves close to 14"

    I would actually like slightly bigger calves and smaller thighs, but don't really care to lose the muscle that I've built so this is probably close to my the best I can have at this weight. They feel really firm, not a lot of fat (though upper thigh is one of the places I keep fat when I have it)
  • hmltwinhmltwin Posts: 116Member Member Posts: 116Member Member
    Calves: 16"
    Thighs: 20"
    Weight: 153 pounds
    Height: 5'4.5"

    I've never had problems with how my thighs look...
  • Scatteredmom1Scatteredmom1 Posts: 1Member Member Posts: 1Member Member
    I found it weirdly interesting to read through these :)

    5'6
    117 lbs

    bust: 34
    waist: 27
    hip: 33.5
    thigh: 20.5
    calf: 13
  • JessicaMcBJessicaMcB Posts: 1,504Member Member Posts: 1,504Member Member
    I actually haven't measured anything other than my weight in so long I took like 20 minutes to find the tape lol. This is post run values at 9pm so idk about accuracy but:

    5'9", CW 128
    Est BF if you believe my GP (lol): 18%
    Thigh: 18.25
    Calf: 12.75
  • SusanMFindlaySusanMFindlay Posts: 1,804Member Member Posts: 1,804Member Member
    jwcanfield wrote: »
    And muscular calves, which may measure larger, look really great - especially if ankles are slender!

    Yes, they look great, but they can make shopping for knee-high boots rather a pain as many boot companies only seem interested in making boots for skinny-legged women. Even at my lowest ever weight, I could rarely zip up knee high boots.
  • pjp06onlinepjp06online Posts: 1Member Member Posts: 1Member Member
    Thigh: 22"
    Calf: 15.125"
    Height: 5' 9''
    Weight: 155 lb on 01/18/16
  • landonmarsh97landonmarsh97 Posts: 1Member Member Posts: 1Member Member
    So, if anyone is interested, I joined this co ed, mixed grappling club, it's such a great way to exersize and thought id share stats
    I am 19 5'7" 158 28 waist, 36chest 25in thighs, 15 in calves
  • username612username612 Posts: 1Member Member Posts: 1Member Member
    Height: 5' 7"
    Weight: 108
    Body fat: 17.5%
    Thighs: 17"
    Calves: 13.5"

    Why are my thighs and calves much closer in size than y'all's?
  • maurihartmaurihart Posts: 49Member Member Posts: 49Member Member
    How are you guys figuring your body fat?

    I'm 176lbs
    5'7"
    Thigh - 23
    Calf - 16

    I've been measuring for a few weeks and my calf has basically not changed. It's very muscly. I'd love to fit in normal boots too.
  • macchiattomacchiatto Posts: 2,863Member Member Posts: 2,863Member Member
    jwcanfield wrote: »
    And muscular calves, which may measure larger, look really great - especially if ankles are slender!

    Yes, they look great, but they can make shopping for knee-high boots rather a pain as many boot companies only seem interested in making boots for skinny-legged women. Even at my lowest ever weight, I could rarely zip up knee high boots.

    I feel your pain on boot-shopping but for the opposite reason. I have scrawny calves and would love it if they had more muscle and looked better in boots! I've discovered that unfortunately, almost no one makes boots for skinny legged women. Most boots are 15" circumference, which look ridiculous on my 12.5" calves. (I wear a size 9 so I might be better off if I had smaller feet, but I'm 5'7 so they're proportionate.) I can frequently find a wide calf option, but never narrow calf. I've been looking for two years. When I spent some time googling, the only narrow calf boots I could find were pretty expensive. (I have one affordable pair in cognac, and I tried to see if I could get them in black, but they don't make them anymore.)

    If anyone reading this thread has a recommendation of affordable cute boots for narrow calves, let me know!
    edited March 2017
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