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post #166 of 3354
I realize many suggestions have been made and it's unlikely that mine has but I thought I'd add my opinion. I haven't yet bought an Everlane shirt but only because after looking at the pics it seems like none of the t-shirts would be too much different from what I own already. I still probably will eventually, though (Texas summer is quickly approaching). If the t-shirts are made with the same (or better) fabric as James Perse uses then I'm already behind that part. Owning two JP shirts I must say the fabric is great. The fit on the JP shirts is a bit loose at size 1 (small) and 6'1" / 145 lbs but they're meant to be that way and Everlane's supposedly fit slimmer so it seems like they've got that covered. I know that some people have asked for deeper v-necks but really? Deep v-necks just seem 'douchey' as others have pointed out. Having said that, my recommendation would be for something different - a scoop neck. Something like this would be a good direction, in my opinion:
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Still, I understand selling shirts is the priority for a brand like this and whatever sells takes precedence but I thought I'd throw in my two cents.
post #167 of 3354
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Originally Posted by Tinyredlight View Post

Any idea when medium white and brick crew necks will be back in stock?

We have a shipment heading towards the warehouse just today. It will take some time for transit and getting things organized, so I am going to guess around the 12th - 15th.

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Originally Posted by jthan09 View Post

Ordered one XS white v-neck to try it out.. I think I've found the best fitting t-shirt I've ever put on. The fit is dead-on.
Thanks for the hookup thenanyu! I will definitely be ordering more.

Glad to be of service man, glad you like our shirts.

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Originally Posted by wurlwyde View Post

I got my shirts today. Here's pictures and what I think:
The chest and shoulders are dead on (I'm a medium). The material is great. The sleeves are pretty good, I'd even take them a hair shorter, but I'm cool with them. The length if pretty good. They need to taper from the chest to the hem though....if you did that....you'd be my new t-shirt brand (for crew necks). I feel like the v-neck is slightly off....in the v. I don't know where it is exactly. The pocket crew is FIRE!!!! Straight PERFECT!!! Please make it in white and heather gray!! And don't change the cut on that!!!
Please taper the rest in the waist!!! Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Thanks Nan!

Hey wurlwyde, thanks for posting pics, those pocket crews made up a little small this run, but it sounds like they are perfect for you! We are working on getting the right taper happening - we are adjusting the details on each delivery.

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Originally Posted by notwithit View Post

My unsolicited opinion:
- Fabric is awesome. Feels similar to a Silent shirt I have from a couple of seasons ago (the muted grey is also a similar color).
- The chest and shoulders fit great (I went with M and have a 40" chest).
- Could be longer. At 6'1", I like a little extra length. Longer sleeves would be nice as well. It's pretty hard to find t-shirts with long, slim sleeves. Usually t-shirt sleeves don't even come to mid-bicep on me.
- A taper from chest to hem would be a really great improvement.
I also like a slightly deeper v, maybe not AA deep v level, but a little more generous so I can wear it under a henley without it looking weird
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Originally Posted by brokeassp View Post

got my shirt. Fits great and fits the way I want them to. Going to order more icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Originally Posted by 13k View Post

Just got 5 shirts in today, and its pretty much spot on. I took size small, and its a tad tight but it's no different than many of my other shirts. I'm echoing everyone else in this thread when I say its very soft and comfortable. Not terribly thick but its a good weight. I'm standing at almost 6'2 and the length is decent, but it could be longer (understandably as its a small). I'll put em through the wash to see how they hold up, but for $15 a pop its def. a good buy. Happy so far and will look forward to what else they cook up.
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Originally Posted by wurm View Post

I realize many suggestions have been made and it's unlikely that mine has but I thought I'd add my opinion. I haven't yet bought an Everlane shirt but only because after looking at the pics it seems like none of the t-shirts would be too much different from what I own already. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
I still probably will eventually, though (Texas summer is quickly approaching). If the t-shirts are made with the same (or better) fabric as James Perse uses then I'm already behind that part. Owning two JP shirts I must say the fabric is great. The fit on the JP shirts is a bit loose at size 1 (small) and 6'1" / 145 lbs but they're meant to be that way and Everlane's supposedly fit slimmer so it seems like they've got that covered.
I know that some people have asked for deeper v-necks but really? Deep v-necks just seem 'douchey' as others have pointed out. Having said that, my recommendation would be for something different - a scoop neck. Something like this would be a good direction, in my opinion: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
rljhg.jpg
Still, I understand selling shirts is the priority for a brand like this and whatever sells takes precedence but I thought I'd throw in my two cents.

Thanks for the comments guys, the V-deepness is a point of contention amongst the forum guys and our customers in general. We are going to clean up the current V and make the sides of the V more straight as opposed to slightly curved like they are now. If we do a deep V, it will probably be a different model of shirt rather than a change to the current style. Scoop necks are something we have thought about and we are trying them with women first.
post #168 of 3354
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Originally Posted by wurm View Post

If the t-shirts are made with the same (or better) fabric as James Perse uses then I'm already behind that part. Owning two JP shirts I must say the fabric is great. The fit on the JP shirts is a bit loose at size 1 (small) and 6'1" / 145 lbs but they're meant to be that way and Everlane's supposedly fit slimmer so it seems like they've got that covered.

Funny you say this, b/c the first thing after I tried them on was dig out a few brand new JP shirts (size 1) out of my closet. The fabric is very similar in terms of softness, with Everlane being slightly softer to me. The size 1 JP shirts were a bit looser on me and the shoulders were slightly big. The Everlanes fit a lot better throughout the body. It may just be me, but I actually like where the V is at right now... Another good point is a nice scoop neck. I always find it difficult to find a well cut scoop neck with some being either too low or too high. Something similar to say what Drew is wearing here (far left white t)
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post #169 of 3354
I completely agree with the scoop (u-neck) comment. The best I've found is the american apparel summer shirt loose....but it needs ALOT of work. It'd be great if you could develop something like that...they look great under a cardigan, coat, or hoodie.

I have no idea why James Perse is so big...maybe it's a whole different aesthetic than what I go after, but to me, the fit is terrible.
post #170 of 3354
Interested in hearing how much they shrink in machine wash.
post #171 of 3354
Yea this backpack is super sick. Everyone needs one.
post #172 of 3354
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Originally Posted by Coldsnap View Post

Yea this backpack is super sick. Everyone needs one.

Word, also pleased with my backpack. Got in the olive snap yesterday---its sturdy without being overly heavy. Construction seems good--neither bombproof and heavyduty but certainly not lightweight or flimsy either. About in the middle. I abuse shit so we will see how it holds up.

I was VERY surprised at the quality of the leather details. The leather is very good, well about the standard of a $50 backpack. I also like the gingham hits inside. It even has a divider for your laptop inside.

Weekender, huh? Fuck. You'll probably see me again.
post #173 of 3354
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Originally Posted by about11oclock View Post

Word, also pleased with my backpack. Got in the olive snap yesterday---its sturdy without being overly heavy. Construction seems good--neither bombproof and heavyduty but certainly not lightweight or flimsy either. About in the middle. I abuse shit so we will see how it holds up. I was VERY surprised at the quality of the leather details. The leather is very good, well about the standard of a $50 backpack. I also like the gingham hits inside. It even has a divider for your laptop inside. Weekender, huh? Fuck. You'll probably see me again.

Pretty much my exact sentiments on both the snap backpack and weekender.

post #174 of 3354
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Originally Posted by Coldsnap View Post

Yea this backpack is super sick. Everyone needs one.

Quick question, what was the price of the backpacks? Waiting for a restock or new ones to come out now I guess.
post #175 of 3354
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Originally Posted by lesamourai View Post


Quick question, what was the price of the backpacks? Waiting for a restock or new ones to come out now I guess.


https://www.everlane.com/collections/backpacks link's been posted many times in this thread.

post #176 of 3354

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Originally Posted by lesamourai View Post


Quick question, what was the price of the backpacks? Waiting for a restock or new ones to come out now I guess.


See post #86.

post #177 of 3354
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Originally Posted by Ketawa View Post

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Originally Posted by lesamourai View Post

Quick question, what was the price of the backpacks? Waiting for a restock or new ones to come out now I guess.


See post #86.

Oh shit..thank you, I owe you one.
post #178 of 3354
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Originally Posted by about11oclock View Post

Word, also pleased with my backpack. Got in the olive snap yesterday---its sturdy without being overly heavy. Construction seems good--neither bombproof and heavyduty but certainly not lightweight or flimsy either. About in the middle. I abuse shit so we will see how it holds up.
I was VERY surprised at the quality of the leather details. The leather is very good, well about the standard of a $50 backpack. I also like the gingham hits inside. It even has a divider for your laptop inside.
Weekender, huh? Fuck. You'll probably see me again.

Do you happen to have the tote by any chance? I like it minus the leather. Feels very dried out and kinda like a filson strap would be after 10 years of use then coated to look new kinda feeling. I wasn't expecting much for $30 and I have pretty much all CXL stuff now but I wouldn't say it's anywhere close to "well above" standard.
post #179 of 3354
I don't. The leather is nice and soft, not plasticky or hard at all.
post #180 of 3354
+1 on a nice tapered scoop/u-neck t.
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