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post #3031 of 3343
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From WAYWT. Arms are covering the sides but the shirt does in fact flare out at the waist. 

post #3032 of 3343
Inconsistency between the white and slate U neck. The collar on the slate is slightly thinner and hangs deeper than the white. I'm 6 ft, 170, 32" true waist.

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post #3033 of 3343

uhh, they sent you a girl's shirt? 

post #3034 of 3343
lol wow
Edited by kindofyoung - 6/7/13 at 10:59am
post #3035 of 3343
are you sure you didn't order a white crew neck instead? the collars are supposed to be thinner on the u-neck
post #3036 of 3343
Yes, I'm sure. I got a black one also and the collar is the same as the slate.
post #3037 of 3343
Got my u-necks today as well. They fit like trapese shirts for men, just a ridiculously unbalanced cut. Way too much volume in the torso compared to the chest.

So disappointed. Was excited to have found a cheap source of good quality u-necks, but it turns out Everlane won't be that source. Booo
Edited by Bam!ChairDance - 6/7/13 at 1:31pm
post #3038 of 3343
I too am disappointed with the fit of the U necks, I knew they would be more "relaxed" than the crew necks, but these just don't lay well, especially towards the bottom as everybody else is mentioning. They do feel like a female fit.

Its also not awesome that I am being charged a restocking fee for products that were ordered on the first day of release. I'm hoping that I can exchange for a smaller size to see how they fit, but it looks like they are already out of stock on some sizes.

I'm hoping Everlane can sort this one out, because I've been looking for good U necks (that are not too feminne looking) to add to the normal rotation.
post #3039 of 3343
Yeah, U necks were pretty poor. At least they felt nice.
post #3040 of 3343
Dude the fabric was amazing. These were such a wasted opportunity.
post #3041 of 3343

Dunno, I might just try to alter these myself so that they fit better. 

post #3042 of 3343
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Dude the fabric was amazing. These were such a wasted opportunity.

yeah, if they get the cut sorted out (wider neck, no weird reverse taper) then i'd totally be there.

scoop neck? eh?

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Dunno, I might just try to alter these myself so that they fit better. 

even if the body fit fine the neck width was a bit disappointing. kinda seemed like the ideal cut for their crew neck, not really a u neck.
post #3043 of 3343

As a girl that's bottom heavy the u-neck is my favorite cut. Really balances me out.

 

To the Everlane guy that posts in here I would say be careful with your rayon based fabrics. My french terry shirts and ryan tee are already starting to pill really bad. I got all the colors of the terry and they all started to pill after a wash or two, which sort of sucks after dropping $200. No dryer and ran on gentle in the wash. =/
 

Also would love a color that isn't blue or gray based. Reds and browns for fall please? Brighter colors for summer?

post #3044 of 3343

When is the next restock of men's crew shirts?

post #3045 of 3343
I bought an Everlane Snap backpack maybe 10 months ago now, I wear it almost every day and it's holding up GREAT.
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