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Originally Posted by Flyswatter View Post

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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i'm not even going to bother anymore.

looking good at the gym is ridiculous. just go to the gym do your workout and leave. you sound like the kind of guy who shows up in a matching tracksuit and trainers.
post #1802 of 3360
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Originally Posted by BubblyMasquerade View Post

i'm not even going to bother anymore.
looking good at the gym is ridiculous. just go to the gym do your workout and leave. you sound like the kind of guy who shows up in a matching tracksuit and trainers.

Lol... this whole debate is ridiculous and I can't believe I jumped in. But anyway, no, I'm the kinda guy who wears Hanes t-shirts to the gym... like you suggested, and like I mentioned a couple pages back...

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Originally Posted by Flyswatter View Post

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.
post #1803 of 3360
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Originally Posted by Flyswatter View Post


Lol... this whole debate is ridiculous and I can't believe I jumped in. But anyway, no, I'm the kinda guy who wears Hanes t-shirts to the gym... like you suggested, and like I mentioned a couple pages back...

So what is this hanes brand you speak of?

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post #1804 of 3360

I don't suppose you guys would do a hot pink color option, something like the Dior Homme rose color?

 

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Originally Posted by CalTex View Post

So what is this hanes brand you speak of?
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post #1806 of 3360
Honestly...people who wear synthetic shirts to the gym probably paid a lot more than $15 for them (especially of they are dri-fit or under armor pricey name brand stuff).

For running I usually just grab a shirt so long as it is not one of my favorite t's (since I would like to wear those for more than 30 minutes). Sometimes its a hanes undershirt but sometimes it is whatever I have on or whatever is on the top of the shelf. If I get some more everlane shirts and as they get older, they will probably be ran in as well.


For cycling, I wear jerseys...and they all cost way more than $15. Still think it is weird to order everlane shirts just for the gym though...shouldn't gym shirts just be the shirts that are nearing the end of their rotation (unless you are going with technical fabrics)?
post #1807 of 3360
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Originally Posted by BubblyMasquerade View Post


i'm not even going to bother anymore.
looking good at the gym is ridiculous. just go to the gym do your workout and leave. you sound like the kind of guy who shows up in a matching tracksuit and trainers.

 

 

 

and risk not looking fresh at the smoothie bar after? no dice bro. 

post #1808 of 3360
restock in ties coming soon nan?
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Dang, I guess I got unlucky. My peach watercolor vneck tee has a tiny hole on the back of the shirt. I haven't even washed it yet.
Is it possible to sew up holes in shirts without making it being noticeable? (DIY kind of thing.)
I'm a tad bit afraid to throw it in the machine in case the hole gets bigger. :|

But otherwise... the shirt fits very well on me. Too bad for the hole!

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Originally Posted by CalTex View Post

So what is this hanes brand you speak of?
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Originally Posted by otc View Post

Honestly...people who wear synthetic shirts to the gym probably paid a lot more than $15 for them (especially of they are dri-fit or under armor pricey name brand stuff).

For running I usually just grab a shirt so long as it is not one of my favorite t's (since I would like to wear those for more than 30 minutes). Sometimes its a hanes undershirt but sometimes it is whatever I have on or whatever is on the top of the shelf. If I get some more everlane shirts and as they get older, they will probably be ran in as well.


For cycling, I wear jerseys...and they all cost way more than $15. Still think it is weird to order everlane shirts just for the gym though...shouldn't gym shirts just be the shirts that are nearing the end of their rotation (unless you are going with technical fabrics)?

I dont like running in cotton, the shirt sticks and sags with my sweat. But I definitely do not buy anything expensive for the gym anymore, I try to use the "free" running shirts I continue to acquire at events.

I don't wear undershirts anymore so my hanes days are over, and I don't miss it one bit. smile.gif
post #1811 of 3360
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Originally Posted by teenagelightning View Post

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Originally Posted by heathenist View Post


They are apparently doing heathered T shirts for the fall, not sure what colors exactly, but I know I'll likely get a few.

We'll have fall solids as well.
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Originally Posted by tv2177 View Post

anyone know how long does it usually take to ship to the East Coast?

Usually just a couple of days, if you are having issues, PM me your order nuber and I will check it out.
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Originally Posted by aussiejake View Post

Probably been answered, but is Australian shipping something that is being worked on?

Not for a while, we are trying to ship to Canada this year, but that's all for the moment.

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Originally Posted by heathenist View Post

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.

Yeah, that guy went really fast, but luckily, we saw it fly off the shelves back during the pre-release, so we started production on more right away - expect a restock on that color in early September.
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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.

I think Styleforum is going to be like that - people here are picky, but that's what makes SF, SF. Our feeling is, if you do your best to satisfy the most demanding customers, you are doing the right thing.

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Originally Posted by CDHagg View Post

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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Kyle has been working really hard, so she is currently on a much deserved vacation. I'll pass your compliments right on.

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Originally Posted by randomkoreandude View Post

restock in ties coming soon nan?

We have a bunch of Liberty cloth ties sitting in the warehouse, I don't know when we'll drop them, but I would imagine soon.
post #1812 of 3360
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Originally Posted by punipenor View Post

Dang, I guess I got unlucky. My peach watercolor vneck tee has a tiny hole on the back of the shirt. I haven't even washed it yet.
Is it possible to sew up holes in shirts without making it being noticeable? (DIY kind of thing.)
I'm a tad bit afraid to throw it in the machine in case the hole gets bigger. :|

But otherwise... the shirt fits very well on me. Too bad for the hole!

 

Holes again! I can't figure it if this is a genuine widespread issue or random one offs.

 

Perhaps Nan can tell us if he is seeing a lot of returns from the general public on account of holes?

post #1813 of 3360
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Originally Posted by thenanyu View Post


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This stuff is quite nice. We got samples in and all the employees are planning on stealing them.
- Thicker and nicer than Uniqlo, Jcrew and the usual stuff. You won't find anything else for this price/performance ratio
- Basic colors for the first run, navy, light gray, charcoal, etc
- V-neck, Crew and Cardigan, all under $100 of course

probably mentioned already, but these are dropping in September?
post #1814 of 3360
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Originally Posted by trum01 View Post


Holes again! I can't figure it if this is a genuine widespread issue or random one offs.

Perhaps Nan can tell us if he is seeing a lot of returns from the general public on account of holes?

I have had the problem as well, Nan is good about rectifying.

I wish they would reinforce the collars on the v-necks.

Anyone else had the collar stretch significantly on them?

I still believe and recommend the company smile.gif these are just flaws that I expect any company would encounter.
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Originally Posted by thenanyu View Post

Not for a while, we are trying to ship to Canada this year, but that's all for the moment.

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