A total of eleven samples of standard jacket of semi fit type were made by varying the pattern size: width across body (W.BO), width across side panel (W.S.P.), width across chest (W.C.), width across back (W.BA.), each three levels. The amount of variance is designed to be +/- 3cm of the out line W.BO. of jackets. The jacket's form has little difference at first glance. A wearing sensory test of the jackets has been conducted both in stationary and moving conditions. Followings are test results. 1) In the stationary standing posture, wear feeling of the jacket with middle size of W.BO. and with the small size of W.C. has been evaluated as nearly “just fit”. In the moving condition, a group of large W.BO. has been evaluated as “easy to move” as a whole with a little localized clothing pressure. 2) An analysis of variance among the factor levels has revealed a significant differece in W.BO. in both stationary standing posture and moving condition. A significant differeces have been found among the levels of W.C. and W.BA. in the “arising position of upper limbs by 45°”. These results have shown that less W.C. and more W.BA. tends to be easy in motion. 3) A correlation analysis between sensation intensity and each pattern dimension has revealed that W.BO., W.S.P., width across sleeve, width across arm hole (W.A.H.), and total of W.BA. at the top of panel line and W.A.H.have a high correlation with sensation intensity both in stationary standing posture and in moving condition.