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post #31 of 3342
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Originally Posted by thenanyu View Post

Glad you liked the shirts - for folks who want to look at the backpacks, we originally sent this out to friends, family and early subscribers so they could get first dibs (our run was only half the size we originally expected) but anyways, here's the collection!
https://www.everlane.com/collections/backpacks

Are there any other "secret" collections like this that we should know about?

 

Also, looks like sweaters are coming soon:

b50383aa5f7c11e1b9f1123138140926_7.jpg

 


Edited by Samir - 2/25/12 at 6:45am
post #32 of 3342
nm, all good to go. will report back.
Edited by Teger - 2/24/12 at 7:51pm
post #33 of 3342
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Originally Posted by Teger View Post

so I went to the website intending to buy a tshirt.. but I can't? I guess I'll spend money elsewhere..


Send thenanyu a PM and he'll activate your account so you don't have to do the inviting nonsense.

post #34 of 3342
Backpacks look nice but I've having huge problems deciding which one and which color I want... Sigh.
post #35 of 3342

A little optimistic about this brand.  Anybody who offers basics at this low of a price point with a promise of quality (and usa-manufacturing no less), is something that will easily catch my attention.

 

Bought four of their shirts, three v-necks and one crew neck.  An olive backpack as well.  Can't wait to try them out!  If all goes well, everlane may have a loyal customer here.

post #36 of 3342

i BADLY want to try out a shirt .. i love the pocket ones .. but im concerned about sizing .. 22" across the chest for a large pocket you guys say?

 

damnit. .. ive been searching for what seems like a lifetime for a tshirt thats not too grabby not too thin and fits decent that i can afford

post #37 of 3342
Oh man, "grabby" is def a good way to describe how these fit. But they don't cling nearly as much as, say American Apparel, and the fabric is really nice and helps with that comfort factor. And, since other folks here seem to be having better experiences with the fit than I did (or just have different expectations for how tees should fit), you should at least try it.
post #38 of 3342

well im still fighting through weight loss ... so grabby is no good to me .. they dont look it ... hmm

 

someone send me a large to try out :)

post #39 of 3342
i got in off the waiting list but the website redirects me to their marketing stuff. cool. really i just want to give you money and you give me a t shirt.
post #40 of 3342
Will you guys also consider shipping to Canada?? For now I guess I have to proxy them =/.
post #41 of 3342
467

size medium pocket tee. fit is almost identical to jcrew slim fit tee. material feels very similar as well
post #42 of 3342
Harbin, what size do you take in JCrew's slim-fit tees? I actually wish my Everlane tees fit more like my J-Crew ones (both are smalls). They fit exactly the same in the waist, but the J-Crew tees have a wider chest that looks more balanced and feels more comfortable.
post #43 of 3342
jcrew size medium. did you get the slim fit jcrew shirts or just the normal?
post #44 of 3342
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Originally Posted by Bam!ChairDance View Post

Harbin, what size do you take in JCrew's slim-fit tees? I actually wish my Everlane tees fit more like my J-Crew ones (both are smalls). They fit exactly the same in the waist, but the J-Crew tees have a wider chest that looks more balanced and feels more comfortable.


Yep I feel exactly the same. I'm a small in both, Everlane shirt is a little tighter around my chest though.

post #45 of 3342
So Everlane size L p2p = 22"... M = 21? S = 20?
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