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To people who are asking about issues they are having with the T-Shirts. Please try to include the color, style, & about when  you bought it. I know they have made several changes in design & cotton over time.

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Originally Posted by Cahrin View Post

Received a few V-Necks as a thank-you for responding to a survey (superb customer service!). Got a S, but they're 4-6 inches too long to be worn as anything other than undershirts (they sit literally below the bottom of my rear). Anyone have any idea how much shorter an XS is?

How tall are you? (PM is ok if you don't wanna post public)
post #1083 of 3377
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Originally Posted by Cahrin View Post

Received a few V-Necks as a thank-you for responding to a survey (superb customer service!). Got a S, but they're 4-6 inches too long to be worn as anything other than undershirts (they sit literally below the bottom of my rear). Anyone have any idea how much shorter an XS is?

you're just short brah
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Originally Posted by ShiroiAkuma View Post

To people who are asking about issues they are having with the T-Shirts. Please try to include the color, style, size, & about when  you bought it. I know they have made several changes in design & cotton over time.

FTFY

your dimensions would also be helpful.

+1,
post #1084 of 3377
Damn when are the large pocket tees gonna be ready
post #1085 of 3377
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Originally Posted by Cahrin View Post

Received a few V-Necks as a thank-you for responding to a survey (superb customer service!). Got a S, but they're 4-6 inches too long to be worn as anything other than undershirts (they sit literally below the bottom of my rear). Anyone have any idea how much shorter an XS is?

Have you washed them yet? They come long & usually shrink to proper fitment after a wash (I wash cold & hang dry). Also depends how tall you are....

post #1086 of 3377
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Originally Posted by thenanyu View Post

The straps are designed to be long enough to carry in your arm or around your shoulder - we tried some early versions with shoulder straps, but everyone we tested on ended up shortening them to about this length anyways, so we thought a cleaner design with just one set of straps would be a good way to go.

That's too bad. A real shoulder strap is a necessity for me as I am constantly needing one for things like whenI get home from work/gym and need to grab my mail and any packages from my concierge. In these scenarios I wear the strap across my chest over to the opposite shoulder.

Holding a bag's handles over my shoulder just reminds me of a woman going to the beach carrying a tote. I'm envisioning the bag being all up in my arm pit area by the looks from these photos which means I couldn't strap it over to my opposite shoulder.

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post #1087 of 3377
Just grabbed one. I've been using a Ben Sherman weekender that's starting to fall apart, and I've been shortening the shoulder strap a lot on it so maybe the straps on the everlane will be of better use? I'm just hoping that they are long enough to sling the bag to my back instead of ^^above's beach bag
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Also am I the only one who finds this to appear extremely feminine? Feel free to call me names if this offends anyone, I just can't ever see myself doing this....it looks like a giant purse.

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^ So the tote and weekender are not for you. :shrug: Moving on...
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Just trying to provide some feedback as someone who was genuinely interested in a weekender at first peek of the photos. shog[1].gif
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You don't have to carry the weekender over your shoulder. If I buy one, I wouldn't either. He was just saying it's an option for those who want to as they made the handles a little longer.
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EDIT: When I think of carrying the weekender over a shoulder, I think of doing as in the tote photo. One shoulder. Not as in the photo of the girl at the beach. Cross-body like you describe, gort? Definitely too short, but that's a compromise.

However you carry the weekender or the tote is up to you. They're just bags.
post #1093 of 3377
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Originally Posted by gort View Post

Also am I the only one who finds this to appear extremely feminine? Feel free to call me names if this offends anyone, I just can't ever see myself doing this....it looks like a giant purse.

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I felt the same way when I saw the picture, but I don't plan on walking around with the bag much. Probably to and from the car.
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Originally Posted by 13k View Post

Just grabbed one. I've been using a Ben Sherman weekender that's starting to fall apart, and I've been shortening the shoulder strap a lot on it so maybe the straps on the everlane will be of better use? I'm just hoping that they are long enough to sling the bag to my back instead of ^^above's beach bag

at first I thought you meant you were going to wear the bag like a backpack. plain.gif lol
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Originally Posted by CalTex View Post

I felt the same way when I saw the picture, but I don't plan on walking around with the bag much. Probably to and from the car.

I was thinking they would make good bags for the pool and beach.
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