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post #3016 of 3340
Thinking about picking up some tees (especially with this u neck release), but have read earlier in the thread about problems with necks keeping their shape/ general QC issues. Could those who have bought t's recently chime in?
post #3017 of 3340
The U Neck looks terribly unflattering on that model. Makes him look skinny fat and that the neck got stretched out.

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Also looks suuuper long in the torso. Seriously, are like all those tall 6"4 fucks qqing to Everlane via email or something?

Compare to Asos $10 offerings:

post #3018 of 3340
Interested in hearing reviews on the U-necks as well. At least the Everlane website looks really nice.
post #3019 of 3340
I don't know about you guys, but the u-neck doesn't seem all that different from their crewneck aside from the poorer fit.
post #3020 of 3340

Think Im going to pick up a couple of U Necks since I just returned the Scoop Necks Ts from Asos.
 

post #3021 of 3340
Lol why don't you guys reserve your judgement until fit pics come.
post #3022 of 3340

Not even going to bother posting fit-pics of the u-neck.

 

The cut is terrible and I guess feminine in a way. The body is extremely baggy while the shoulders are very fitted so it looks like an aggressive taper going towards your head. I don't see how this cut could work on any body type. 

post #3023 of 3340
That's a little dismissive.

post #3024 of 3340
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Originally Posted by Diglet View Post

Not even going to bother posting fit-pics of the u-neck.

The cut is terrible and I guess feminine in a way. The body is extremely baggy while the shoulders are very fitted so it looks like an aggressive taper going towards your head. I don't see how this cut could work on any body type. 

Yeah, I just got mine and they're very baggy with a reverse taper and the neck opening isn't even that big (larger than the regular crew but much much smaller than acne limit tees or the like). Honestly I would've been happy if they just took the regular crew neck tee and put a larger neck opening on it.
post #3025 of 3340
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Originally Posted by notwithit View Post

That's a little dismissive.

Lmao
post #3026 of 3340
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Originally Posted by Diglet View Post

Not even going to bother posting fit-pics of the u-neck.

 

The cut is terrible and I guess feminine in a way. The body is extremely baggy while the shoulders are very fitted so it looks like an aggressive taper going towards your head. I don't see how this cut could work on any body type. 

 

Same experience here... The fit is absolutely terrible on these. 

post #3027 of 3340
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Originally Posted by Diglet View Post

Not even going to bother posting fit-pics of the u-neck.
The cut is terrible and I guess feminine in a way. The body is extremely baggy while the shoulders are very fitted so it looks like an aggressive taper going towards your head. I don't see how this cut could work on any body type. 
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Originally Posted by Meis View Post

Yeah, I just got mine and they're very baggy with a reverse taper and the neck opening isn't even that big (larger than the regular crew but much much smaller than acne limit tees or the like). Honestly I would've been happy if they just took the regular crew neck tee and put a larger neck opening on it.

We tried the fit on a bunch of guys in LA, and most of them totally dug it - sorry it didn't work out for you guys. PM me if you are interested in giving some direct feedback to our head of design, I'm really happy to put you in touch with him over email. I can also help you out with the return process over PM.
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Originally Posted by BobbyBagstein View Post

Their website asks me if I want to give them my email address every minute. No thanks.

We have recently change the way we prompt people for their emails. We are slowly and surely transforming into a more open e-commerce site, as opposed to our mailing list / club model from the early days. This is a significant change for us, and we are doing it one step at a time.
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Originally Posted by prozach1576 View Post

I received my mauve PK shirt today. Mine was creased, but not terribly so. I agree that they seem to run a little big in the chest. I am a 38R and the small fits well, not at all tight on me like the small tees are. The sleeves are very narrow and hug my fairly scrawny biceps, which I'm not crazy about. I do like the button positioning. With the bottom button done up the collar stands up well and opens nicely. We shall see how this holds up to laundering. The fabric is very thin and light. I don't love the shirt, but feel that it's a reasonable value at $40. I may buy another, but for only $25 more Kent Wang offers a considerably better polo.

Hey, thanks for the feedback, I'm passing this along to our product guys right now. We try to put as much value as we possibly canin our garments. The packaging / creasing issues are being addressed; we are changing the way we train our packers to fold this particular garment. We designed this to be a summer shirt (in fact that was the original name for it), so we chose a lighter fabric, which incidentally creases a little easier.

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Originally Posted by who8mahrice View Post

Any way to check old orders to see if we used store credit? I could have sworn I had at least $20 in credit that is now gone. Not sure if I used it on a previous order though...

Sure thing - PM me your order number or send support@everlane.com an email about it and we should be able to quickly find out for you.
post #3028 of 3340
i like how the u-necks fit. they're a little wider in the chest and body in the same size, but they drape nicely on me, and the neck opening is like a slightly exaggerated version of the crew neck. i'm thinking they'll be even better after a cold wash
post #3029 of 3340

Any plans for ties again? 

post #3030 of 3340
For those who've received their u-necks, can you post fit pics? I think a bunch of us would be interested. Thanks in advance!
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