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Originally Posted by MetManChris View Post

I was a HUGE fan of them early on, and then gradually lost interest.  It seems like as the price of things went up, the quality went down, and it stopped being a radically better value than competitors.  Combined with a number of customer service snaffus, and quality control, I just stopped being pumped up about everlane.  Now I get all my stuff from Gustin.

My at cost belt and my vegetable tanned leather belt are still amazing from them.  Wear them all the time.  

Funny you mention that; my at-cost belt is one of my most-worn belts, although I haven't bought anything from Everlane in years.
post #3422 of 3432

Has anyone handled new cashmere or sweatshirts? Both look pretty nice on their website.

post #3423 of 3432

If you're looking for a cashmere sweater, they're cheaper and probably better quality than mall options. I'd say do it.

post #3424 of 3432
Still want to hear about the pants.
post #3425 of 3432

pants are quite thin, I wasn't a fan

post #3426 of 3432

Nice basic t shirts

post #3427 of 3432
The collar of my everlane tshirt stretched out and lost its shape after a few wears. Don't recommend.
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Nice basic t shirts
post #3428 of 3432
The new rain jackets look pretty slick. Wonder how well they perform.

Can't tell if they are supposed to be more equivalent to a rain jacket (like a Marmot Precip) or a heavier shell (like a goretex shell).

Looks like they are going for the latter...otherwise the prices seem high for something that is just a less-technical-looking version of a stuffable rain jacket.
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Originally Posted by otc View Post

The new rain jackets look pretty slick. Wonder how well they perform.

Can't tell if they are supposed to be more equivalent to a rain jacket (like a Marmot Precip) or a heavier shell (like a goretex shell).

Looks like they are going for the latter...otherwise the prices seem high for something that is just a less-technical-looking version of a stuffable rain jacket.

It's a bonded cotton fabric, similar in hand feel to what you would find on a Mackintosh jacket, but more breathable (more like that goretex shell you were mentioning).

In terms of performance, it's a 3-layer sandwich that is 100% waterproof with fully taped seams. You can spray it with a hose and you'll be fine.
Edited by thenanyu - 3/13/17 at 7:05pm
post #3430 of 3432
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Originally Posted by thenanyu View Post


It's a bonded cotton fabric, similar in hand feel to what you would find on a Mackintosh jacket, but more breathable (more like that goretex shell you were mentioning).

In terms of performance, it's a 3-layer sandwich that is 100% waterproof with fully taped seams. You can spray it with a hose and you'll be fine.

Sizing looks pretty big (42" chest on XS) as posted. Size down?

post #3431 of 3432
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Originally Posted by momentoftruth View Post

Sizing looks pretty big (42" chest on XS) as posted. Size down?

It's designed to fit over a sweater and there's almost no stretch so we had to leave a bit of room. I would take your normal size. There's a lot of structure in the fabric so it will not drape super loose.
post #3432 of 3432
i was interested in it, but the cut makes it look like it sits strangely in the chest area. wonder if that would settle down over time
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