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post #61 of 3357

damnit .. i need to give one a go, all i have is oversized crap from before i lost more weight ..

 

ps - am i a moron? the only backpack i see is the tote .. is that what you guys are talking about?

post #62 of 3357
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Originally Posted by touchdowntodd View Post

damnit .. i need to give one a go, all i have is oversized crap from before i lost more weight ..

ps - am i a moron? the only backpack i see is the tote .. is that what you guys are talking about?

https://www.everlane.com/collections/backpacks
post #63 of 3357
I picked up a v neck and my girlfriend got a crew neck and a black tote. Read a little about Everlane this morning and thought this was a pretty informative quick read on the brand:

http://www.fastcoexist.com/1678774/everlanes-plan-to-democratize-designer-goods-with-cheap-crowdsourced-styles

i'm curious to see how they do, and wish them luck
Edited by slack tide - 2/26/12 at 12:06pm
post #64 of 3357
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Originally Posted by thenanyu View Post

If we put any other collections up that are not widely publicized, I will post them here - we are doing a more general release of the backpacks in about a week, actually, so the guys here are getting dibs on some of the models that we only have a few left of. French Terry Sweatshirts are coming in the pipeline, along with two models of belts.

Sounds good.

 

For those of you getting access only recently, here's another thread where I've linked to a bunch of pictures of products from previously offered collections like their ties, scarves, and iPhone covers.

post #65 of 3357
T is pretty thin, which is good for me in Texas; curious to see how it holds up to wash/dry. They need to make a better 'grey'.
post #66 of 3357
thenanyu- You should make a premium tee. Something people can restock in year after year. For people who don't mind paying $60+ for a t-shirt that is thick and soft. I've got a Yohji Y's for men long sleeve tee that is so thick and soft. I would love to have a drawer full of basic short sleeve tees in the same material.

edit- I meant in addition to the basic tees you carry, obv.
post #67 of 3357
can i say now

'spot is blown'

?

and f u, been a member since the beginning and i get no look @ the backpack rofl

not like i need one.

i hope Everlane burns
post #68 of 3357
Kinda interested but they don't ship to Canada and the fit of the v-necks on the website looks kinda unflattering. Harbin's fit looks solid though. ho hum
post #69 of 3357
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Originally Posted by Caveat View Post

thenanyu- You should make a premium tee. Something people can restock in year after year. For people who don't mind paying $60+ for a t-shirt that is thick and soft. I've got a Yohji Y's for men long sleeve tee that is so thick and soft. I would love to have a drawer full of basic short sleeve tees in the same material.
edit- I meant in addition to the basic tees you carry, obv.
I'm not really a fan of thick t-shirts. If it's cold I'll just layer something on top of a tee. Thickness of everlane shirts are perfect for me.
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Originally Posted by wogbog View Post

Kinda interested but they don't ship to Canada and the fit of the v-necks on the website looks kinda unflattering. Harbin's fit looks solid though. ho hum
I think these are great is you aren't too skinny, or have a narrow frame like their models.
post #70 of 3357
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Originally Posted by 1969 View Post

T is pretty thin, which is good for me in Texas; curious to see how it holds up to wash/dry. They need to make a better 'grey'.

We do need a better grey - heather grey is in the works.
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Originally Posted by Caveat View Post

thenanyu- You should make a premium tee. Something people can restock in year after year. For people who don't mind paying $60+ for a t-shirt that is thick and soft. I've got a Yohji Y's for men long sleeve tee that is so thick and soft. I would love to have a drawer full of basic short sleeve tees in the same material.
edit- I meant in addition to the basic tees you carry, obv.

We are actually doing something similar on our women's side first - we are releasing a more fashion forward shirt for women, something similar to what you would see from an Alex Wang in cut and material (we have silk and different blends in samples right now), but it won't be $60 (I think it's more like $30).

For men, we have button downs coming in the pipeline, but I don't know what the exact time table is for that, we did 2 rounds of samples already.
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Originally Posted by gettoasty View Post

and f u, been a member since the beginning and i get no look @ the backpack rofl
not like i need one.
i hope Everlane burns

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post #71 of 3357

6'4", 175. Size 41 shoulder (suit jacket), 32in waste... any similar sized person have luck with the V-Necks?

 

Usually have to opt for Save Khaki or Acne V-Necks... but would rather pay $15+ for a basic than $60+

post #72 of 3357
I know this is a huge 4 page thread but if you look on the first page nil said the large is too short at 6'4".
post #73 of 3357
Or if you have 100 posts per page it is still a one page thread...
post #74 of 3357
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Originally Posted by Samir View Post

Sounds good.

For those of you getting access only recently, here's another thread where I've linked to a bunch of pictures of products from previously offered collections like their ties, scarves, and iPhone covers.

iphone covers sold out? link?
post #75 of 3357

what are your plans in the long term future? would this type of business model work with sweaters, pants, or even button down shirts?

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