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post #496 of 3377
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Originally Posted by CalTex View Post


I think you are just really tall lol, I am 6'00 and I wear a medium, and I do want a taper but please do not add inches to the shirts! I could actually loose an inch in length....so maybe I am really 5'11.5 but I say 6'00 for validation lol.
Is anyone having an issues with the construction of the v necks, at the collar?
I think it could be a little bit thicker, it doesn't lay flat all the time plain.gif


yeah mines a bit floppy on one side and seems to have stretched a bit.

 

 

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post #497 of 3377
Nan,
The next delivery will feature taper for what if any size shirts? Thanks
post #498 of 3377
Quote:
Originally Posted by CalTex View Post

I think you are just really tall lol, I am 6'00 and I wear a medium, and I do want a taper but please do not add inches to the shirts! I could actually loose an inch in length....so maybe I am really 5'11.5 but I say 6'00 for validation lol.
Is anyone having an issues with the construction of the v necks, at the collar?
I think it could be a little bit thicker, it doesn't lay flat all the time plain.gif

I think the guy just has an incredibly long torso. (via wdywt posts)
post #499 of 3377
I`ll be anticipating the strap and buckle icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #500 of 3377
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Originally Posted by CalTex View Post

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Originally Posted by CDHagg View Post

Just got my shirts... They definitely should be tapered. And longer.

I think you are just really tall lol, I am 6'00 and I wear a medium, and I do want a taper but please do not add inches to the shirts! I could actually loose an inch in length....so maybe I am really 5'11.5 but I say 6'00 for validation lol.

Is anyone having an issues with the construction of the v necks, at the collar?

I think it could be a little bit thicker, it doesn't lay flat all the time plain.gif


Actually, the main reason why I want more length is that with enough taper, you can get shirt stacks.  But this is just a personal preference.  It's not like the current length is midrif-exposing or anything.
 

 

post #501 of 3377

Ok, Here's my take on the brick v-neck and faded black crew-neck:

 

The cotton has a very soft hand and is very supple.  The seams are much more substantial than those you'd find on an average tee, so I'm not worried about them unravelling.  The fit is pretty good, but I think the shirt was designed for people with a larger ribcage or more muscle than I have, because there is a little too much fabric around the ribcage and under the pits for my taste. I think the shirts definitely need more taper, so that they don't flair out like a skirt.  The arm hole needs to be made smaller (because, at least for me, there is a lot of fabric bunching up there).  In general, I'd like to see the shirts a little slimmer everywhere.

 

Brick v-neck:

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For some reason, the black crew-neck seems to fit me better than the v-neck.  I think it's just a little slimmer. 

 

 

Faded black crew-neck:

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 After I took these pictures, I washed both shirts in a high-effenciency washer on the delicate cycle, with cold water.  I then dried them on low heat.  These shirts take a long time to dry (probably because the fabric is so thick). 

 

The shirts didn't shrink any, as far as I could tell.

 

Oh, and I used Woolite Extra Dark Care, because supposedly it helps retain dark colors:

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post #502 of 3377
sweet thanks, im gonna go look for that woolite tmrw
post #503 of 3377
Anyone want a grey snap backpack,before I return it? I've got an extra.
$54 Shipped
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Also, are the pocket t's shorter than the V and Crew Neck? They seem to fit me a bit differently. Still really like them all. Will order more once international shipping becomes available
Edited by sciphiyem - 4/6/12 at 6:37am
post #504 of 3377

Belts are live on the site. Can't decide if I want one; very intrigued by the design but it's only 1" wide.

 

https://www.everlane.com/collections/the-essential-belt-mens

post #505 of 3377
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Originally Posted by Ketawa View Post

Belts are live on the site. Can't decide if I want one; very intrigued by the design but it's only 1" wide.

https://www.everlane.com/collections/the-essential-belt-mens

Yeah if they had something a bit more unique like this. $45 for a belt is not a bad price for USA made but it's nothing I would buy right now since I have all the belts I need
post #506 of 3377
Belts are really cool and I just might order one (or two). I've always struggled with belt sizing online and I'm OCD about the belt fastening to the middle hole, and I can never find quality belts at a good price in B&M stores.
post #507 of 3377

I'm also OCD about always using the middle hole, so I liked that you can change the length without affecting the way it looks. But I think 1" is just too narrow for jeans, just look at the model pics they have up. Hopefully sometime in the future they produce some that are 1.5".

post #508 of 3377
Love the stop motion smile.gif
post #509 of 3377
Quote:
Originally Posted by Ketawa View Post

Belts are live on the site. Can't decide if I want one; very intrigued by the design but it's only 1" wide.

https://www.everlane.com/collections/the-essential-belt-mens
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Originally Posted by stevent View Post

Yeah if they had something a bit more unique like this. $45 for a belt is not a bad price for USA made but it's nothing I would buy right now since I have all the belts I need

Austin Jeffers makes really cool belts, I like the hoof pick designs more than the pelican hook. Also, we decided to make the first run $40 instead of $45, to get it into more people's hands this time around.
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Originally Posted by lemmywinks View Post

Belts are really cool and I just might order one (or two). I've always struggled with belt sizing online and I'm OCD about the belt fastening to the middle hole, and I can never find quality belts at a good price in B&M stores.
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Originally Posted by Ketawa View Post

I'm also OCD about always using the middle hole, so I liked that you can change the length without affecting the way it looks. But I think 1" is just too narrow for jeans, just look at the model pics they have up. Hopefully sometime in the future they produce some that are 1.5".

In the future, we will have more sizes, widths, materials, etc and all the components will be interchangeable. We can do different buckle finishes and materials - we will be able to do like a sterling one for well under $100.

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Originally Posted by Cahrin View Post

Love the stop motion smile.gif

Thanks! Our new guy Jeff worked on that so I will pass on the compliments.
post #510 of 3377
Holy mother of god is the red belt already sold out in non-Tyrion sizes?
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