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post #1771 of 3377
just got my t-shirt i think the length of the shirt can be shortened a little bit. it's already pretty fitted on me so I guess I won't be able to throw this into the dryer at all.

the belt seems to be fine for the money that I paid for.
post #1772 of 3377
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Originally Posted by tv2177 View Post

just got my t-shirt i think the length of the shirt can be shortened a little bit. it's already pretty fitted on me so I guess I won't be able to throw this into the dryer at all.

the belt seems to be fine for the money that I paid for.

length shortens a bit in dryer i think. i actually would prefer slightly longer length
post #1773 of 3377
The red stripe on my navy weekender looks unevenly colored. (part of the stripe looks darker than the rest) I'm not sure if this is expected or if it is going to bother me a lot.

Anyone else notice this?
post #1774 of 3377
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Packed a weeks worth of supplies in these two bags.
post #1775 of 3377
^that bag looks so awesome IRL.
post #1776 of 3377

Just got my backpack today and I haven't seen anyone else post pics of theirs. It looks really nice in person. I just wish it was a bit darker in colour though. After I wax the canvas it should look great though! Feels very solid, a nice size (big enough for 15" laptop). The leather could have been better quality though, but it was only $65 so I shouldn't be complaining. Leather bottom would be nice too, but it wouldn't be too hard to DIY.

 

 

post #1777 of 3377
Just got my V necks and they're absolutely great for $15. Are the white colored V necks more creamy white than white? The white v neck for my gf is a lot whiter than mine
post #1778 of 3377

Got the blue watercolor v-neck in the mail today and the fit is pretty spot on.

 

Also, the girlfriend loves the backpack so far, but hasn't used it yet.

post #1779 of 3377
just washed my pocket-T for the first time since I got it 2 days ago and the pocket came out the washer with only half of the seam stay attached. am I the lucky one?
post #1780 of 3377
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Originally Posted by tv2177 View Post

just washed my pocket-T for the first time since I got it 2 days ago and the pocket came out the washer with only half of the seam stay attached. am I the lucky one?

Jeez, this thread is chock-full of these types of complaints. On the one hand, everyone seems to love their Everlane tees, but on the other hand, the quality seems to suck big time. I have Hanes pocket tees that have been through probably close to 100 washes and have held up just fine.
post #1781 of 3377
Same for my CK shirts
post #1782 of 3377
Yeah, even after washing, I wish this vneck had a bit more taper...the bottom boxes out
post #1783 of 3377
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Originally Posted by Flyswatter View Post

Jeez, this thread is chock-full of these types of complaints. On the one hand, everyone seems to love their Everlane tees, but on the other hand, the quality seems to suck big time. I have Hanes pocket tees that have been through probably close to 100 washes and have held up just fine.

Haynes shirts feel like paper and there is no way you washed any haynes shirt 100 times and it didnt disintegrate. I have 8 or 9 everlane shirts and had a problem with only 1 of them which was defective on arrival. The rest have been washed and dried with no problems whatsoever. My guess is there are probably a few QC issues they still need to work out, especially if they are still using multiple manufacturing locations but i think people here are a bit more conscious of a loose seam here and there than the rest of the world.
post #1784 of 3377
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Originally Posted by mbrokerny View Post

Haynes shirts feel like paper and there is no way you washed any haynes shirt 100 times and it didnt disintegrate. I have 8 or 9 everlane shirts and had a problem with only 1 of them which was defective on arrival. The rest have been washed and dried with no problems whatsoever. My guess is there are probably a few QC issues they still need to work out, especially if they are still using multiple manufacturing locations but i think people here are a bit more conscious of a loose seam here and there than the rest of the world.

I'm not talking about the crappy Hanes undershirts you buy in packages of six... I have several Hanes pocket tees purchased at Kohl's years ago that are much thicker and softer than a typical Hanes undershirt. They are a bit more of a relaxed fit than most in this thread would prefer, but they are my beater t-shirts that I wear around the house or when I'm working out. And yes, I guarantee some of them have been washed close to 100 times, if not more. And although they show signs of their age, there are no holes, unraveling seams, or any other problems mentioned in this thread.

Anyway, I'm not writing off Everlane's shirts by any means, I was merely remarking on the high amount of QC complaints in the thread.
post #1785 of 3377
What's wrong with you guys' washers / are people throwing in some razorblades with their laundry...? I've got half a dozen Everlane tees that have been washed 5-10 times each and I haven't had any issues with holes or seams coming undone.

That said, I haven't had any hanes tees disintegrate on me either...
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