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post #1756 of 3377
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are any more lemon v-necks in medium in the works?

Once this collection sells out, it's gone until next summer.

post #1757 of 3377
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Originally Posted by VLSI View Post

Like everything it depends on your shape, but the chest is super tight in proportion to the waist.

I've been complaining about this from the beginning, but no one seems to care much about fixing it
post #1758 of 3377
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Like everything it depends on your shape, but the chest is super tight in proportion to the waist.

I'm interested to see what it's like because my chest/shoulders are fairly wide, so it makes most shirts drape down as a result. At least for $15 it's not much harm done if they don't fit well.

post #1759 of 3377

Grey snap backpack already sold out, maybe it has to do with it being one of the only options that was in the secret shop a while back.  Either way, I'm glad I was able to snag one for my girlfriend before they sold out.

post #1760 of 3377
I complain about it too. I doubt everlane will change the fit. It looks like most people dont care if their shirts fit.
post #1761 of 3377
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Originally Posted by CDHagg View Post

Banana Republic soft-wash tees are basically the same as Everlane tees, but with a thicker, more plush fabric.  The seams and overall construction look completely identical to me.  The only other differences are that BR tees are a little more expensive and are cut a little differently.

do you know where they are made? i actually never considered BR but on new years i needed socks and they were the only place open. those socks are amazing for the price and still hold up rather nicely. 

Made in Vietnam.

post #1762 of 3377
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I complain about it too. I doubt everlane will change the fit. It looks like most people dont care if their shirts fit.

I agree. I wish they would fix the chest or taper the waist. Only the pocket tees work for me. The others look like the wrong type of triangle on anyone who goes to the gym - where the taper is at the top instead of the bottom.
post #1763 of 3377
the one good thing about everlane tees is that the side seems don't warp in the dryer.

other than that....i see nothing worth $15.

I owned the pocket tee and I had to resell them because they fit so bad.
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hmmmm. Am really liking my everlane t-shirts, but after 3 wears I found a mystery hole in the middle of the lower back of the navy one. Have been really careful when wearing the tees, since I want them to last. Even washed them with woolite dark in a special separate bag for quality knits.... not sure what to think. Thought I maybe read something on here about hole issues. Is there anything that can be done? Makes me hesitant to purchase more, which I was planning to do. 

post #1765 of 3377
I have also with you guys on the waist needing to be tapered more. frown.gif at first I didn't care but now I do lol

anyone else having this neck stretching problem? I wash my shirts in the delicate cycle and dry for a little then place them over a bar to finish drying. Shirts are worn maybe once every three weeks now.
post #1766 of 3377
When are the classic pocket ts going to restock?
post #1767 of 3377
just got the pocket shirt, its only 100% cotton. No more supima or pima cotton??
post #1768 of 3377
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Originally Posted by Wally View Post

I agree. I wish they would fix the chest or taper the waist. Only the pocket tees work for me. The others look like the wrong type of triangle on anyone who goes to the gym - where the taper is at the top instead of the bottom.

Do the pocket T's actually taper at the waist? I've only bought V-necks at this point.
post #1769 of 3377
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I've been complaining about this from the beginning, but no one seems to care much about fixing it

I've brought it up too....gonna try sizing down on my next order but I suspect the chest will then be to tight (chest works now, but bottom feels boxy and is a bit bigger than I'd like).

My friend just ordered a couple shirts and had the same comment about the fit. Although I don't know if I can trust him since he also ordered the belt and was wearing it with the holes/long tail sticking out and was astounded at how much better it is when worn as intended.
post #1770 of 3377
i just had someone taper it for me, looks fine
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