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Dammit why is the reverse denim zip backpack women sized only? ffffuuuu.gif
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They have the reverse denim snap backpack for men
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It's just not the same. frown.gif
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Anyone seen the reverse denim weekender in person yet? Just ordered it.
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Maybe tomorrow, but is still to early for anyone to have revived it yet.
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In regards to the PK fit I went with L. I'm 6'1 160 pounds ~38/39 chest. This shirt is shorter than the T's so I personally would not size down, otherwise it might be too short on myself. Overall I'd say the L pk fits like a medium everlane t-shirt with slightly wider shoulders and very slightly looser chest. The fit is much closer to medium t than a large t.
 

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I got my reverse denim dopp kit a couple days ago.  I'm a big fan of it.  Simple and elegant.
 

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Just received my reverse denim snap backpack today. Construction seems sturdy, leather details are nice. NOT bonded leather from the feel of it. My only concern is that the reverse denim is both thinner and softer than I expected, and might wear out faster than canvas. It's also rather neppy, although I doubt that matters in the long run. The photos on the Everlane site makes the navy portions of the bag look black rather than navy. As a result, the bag looks greyer in photos than it actually is.

Pretty satisfied overall, just hoping that the denim can take the same amount of wear and tear as their canvas bags.
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Any pics? ^
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Just ordered some u-necks. Will report back once I receive them.

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Originally Posted by Diglet View Post

Just ordered some u-necks. Will report back once I receive them.

They look much longer, and looser than other tees

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Originally Posted by Henry Chan View Post

They look much longer, and looser than other tees

Looks like a different model than the ones they used for their other tees so that may be the reason. Though I wouldn't mind having their shirts fit a little bit "drapier" but I hope they don't turn out too boxy in the body.

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I wear Everlane tee's to the gym now.

TBH they are cut very boxy in general b/c when I stretch out and look at the mirror, my midsection looks huge and no proportional to my chest up or upper thigh down. ehhh
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Dunno, I've actually found that all the tees I've bought from Everlane fit me pretty slim down the body. Probably cuz I have relatively small shoulders compared to my chest/waist.

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I think it might have to do with what size you wear...? I'm a normal 6 drop and the smalls I have aren't boxy on me (though the pocket tees seem a hair less tapered / shorter than the crew & v) and it seems like the boxiness is usually more of an issue for people that wear the larger sizes or have a larger drop.
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