What is an average man's ring size?

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The average man's ring size is 10. The most common ring sizes for men fall into a range between 8 and 12. However, some individuals fall outside this span.

One way to determine ring size is with a ring sizer set. This is a group of plastic or metal rings in a wide range of sizes, typically 4 to 13, including half sizes. An individual tries any number of rings in the set until one feels comfortable. A metric measuring tape is also used to find the correct size. The tape is placed close around the base of the finger, but it must be loose enough to slide over the knuckle. The circumference of a size 10 ring is 62.2 millimeters.

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1. Wrap a piece of string or a thin strip of paper around the base of the man's finger. 2. Mark the string with a pen at the point where the string overlaps and makes a complete circle
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if he has a class ring take that down and have it sized to that and if not i would take him to the mall and have his finger sized at some random store cause many guys rings can not
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