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post #1786 of 3325
I dunno, I've probably washed my shirts 20+ times (once a week since I got them) and I only fucked up a pocket tee, of course I left that one soaking in bleach overnight so I'm sure that had something to do with it.
post #1787 of 3325
I wonder how the people complaining about lack of taper are distributed among the sizes.

If they use the same basic pattern, I could see issues arising. Somebody wearing a large is probably likely to need proportionally more taper while someone wearing a size small probably has less of a drop and needs less taper (otherwise they would probably have a big enough chest to need a medium)
post #1788 of 3325
I wear a small and kinda raise my eyebrow at people wanting more of a taper, so that might be it.
post #1789 of 3325
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Originally Posted by otc View Post

I wonder how the people complaining about lack of taper are distributed among the sizes.
If they use the same basic pattern, I could see issues arising. Somebody wearing a large is probably likely to need proportionally more taper while someone wearing a size small probably has less of a drop and needs less taper (otherwise they would probably have a big enough chest to need a medium)

Taper is only on the large at the moment IIRC.

post #1790 of 3325
Just washed my new tees today to prepare for the upcoming school week and non has disintegrated in the washer/dryer. I bought three, size small and they all seem fine with regards to fit. The snap backpack in green is also great for its price....I can't believe people are bitching about quality for things that are so darn cheap. I bought these as my primary uniform for school, no need to wear expensive stuff for college anymore like i used to. My cp's will be the most expensive piece in my school wardrobe......
post #1791 of 3325
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Originally Posted by Meis View Post

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...

My vnecks from the very first batch when Everlane introduced the tees just started getting holes last month (And IMO was a result of my dropping scissors on it weakening the "weave"). They hold up well through wear and wash IMO.

That said, going to kop a batch for gym tees, has anyone else done so? or wore it and have held up well?

lol8[1].gif at people tapering the tees ... wow
post #1792 of 3325
are you a retard?

why would you spend $15 for tees to wear to the gym.

just go to target and get some hanes.
post #1793 of 3325
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thanks but no thanks
post #1794 of 3325

Nothing "retarded" about wanting to wear Everlane tees to the gym. You want something comfy and decent looking for the gym IMO.

post #1795 of 3325
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Edited by BubblyMasquerade - 8/19/12 at 10:58am
post #1796 of 3325

Somehow, I don't think StyleForum is going to the best place to argue for cheaping out on clothing for any purpose.

post #1797 of 3325
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Originally Posted by gettoasty View Post

My vnecks from the very first batch when Everlane introduced the tees just started getting holes last month (And IMO was a result of my dropping scissors on it weakening the "weave"). They hold up well through wear and wash IMO.
That said, going to kop a batch for gym tees, has anyone else done so? or wore it and have held up well?
lol8[1].gif at people tapering the tees ... wow

I sometimes wear my Everlane tees when I go running. They do fine. I prefer moisture wicking shirts, though, so I don't do ti often.
post #1798 of 3325
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Originally Posted by BubblyMasquerade View Post

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I'm with you on this.

post #1799 of 3325

Shout out to Kyle and the Everlane team for great customer service.  There was a problem with a recent order of mine, but they worked with me to fix the problem.  The tees need more taper, but the customer service is spot-on.

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post #1800 of 3325
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Originally Posted by BubblyMasquerade View Post

are you a retard?
why would you spend $15 for tees to wear to the gym.
just go to target and get some hanes.

Seriously? 15 bucks for workout shirts is nothing. You sound like the kind of person that says $30 is too expensive for jeans...
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Originally Posted by trum01 View Post

Nothing "retarded" about wanting to wear Everlane tees to the gym. You want something comfy and decent looking for the gym IMO.

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