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Everlane T-shirts

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Ethan Halladay, Jan 27, 2012.

  1. digga

    digga Senior member

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    not sure which bag your talking about, but i can compare the zip model to a vault when mine gets here
     
  2. VLSI

    VLSI Senior member

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    Nan can you check your PMs please? (9/21)
     
  3. CalTex

    CalTex Senior member

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    +1

    Waiting for a response before I order more shirts.
     
  4. ineedscissors61

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    Does this mean the fall colors are coming on in v-neck at some point?
     
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    thenanyu Senior member

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    On it.



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    Yes, they should be coming down the pipeline.
     
  6. iBsteve

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    nan, can you comment on the fit of the cashmere sweaters? I know that a lot of people have mixed feelings about the fit of Everlane's tee's and I am just wondering if the same 'fit parameters' for the tees will be used for the sweaters.
     
  7. brokeassp

    brokeassp Senior member

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    Actually, I like the original fit of the everlane tees when they first came out and ordered some in February. I don`t know what modifications have been made since then.

    From what I have been reading changes were made to the length and taper and what not based on a rather small sample of individuals here, I am assuming the changes aren`t all that different as to change the sizing significantly.
     
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  8. soph30

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    My crew tee in antique (small) came in today, the fit is unbelievably better than the pocket tee I ordered back in late April (way too tight around the chest and sleeves). Very happy with the sizing now except slightly more taper would be nice.
     
  9. deveandepot1

    deveandepot1 Senior member

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    Nan- thanks for the credit. I just picked up a red zip.
     
  10. Ketawa

    Ketawa Senior member

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    I bought three new shirts in all the fall colors. The shirts are noticeably longer (post wash/dry) than they where when I ordered some in April. Back then I bought the summer colors and a couple of the staples. Note this is for a size large and I'm 6'5", 200 lbs.
     
  11. CalTex

    CalTex Senior member

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    Can you provide dimensions?

    How is the construction in the collar?
     
  12. trevorplease

    trevorplease Well-Known Member

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    my xs peach colored shirts came in today... damn really fitted. might have to try the small for a looser fit if these hold up
     
  13. Ketawa

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    Some measurements off a couple shirts:

    Top of shoulder seam near collar to bottom of hem: 28-28.5"
    Shoulder to shoulder: 18-18.5"
    Pit to pit: 21-21.5"
    Across bottom hem: 21"

    These are subject to some interpretation, they're a little stretchy. The collar stitching is a little tighter than on a couple of my older shirts, but I'm not an expert on sewing so it's hard for me to tell if there's any other difference. It seems about the same to me. I have another shirt from back in March that has an entirely different method of sewing the collar; there isn't any thread visible on the front of the shirt. This is completely different from how this latest batch was done.
     
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  14. vegs

    vegs Well-Known Member

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    Ordered some tees about two weeks ago which were proxied to Norway by VLSI (a really helpful guy): Crew and pocket, one of each in navy and white.

    The tees are perfect. Medium fits me (about 185cm/80kg or 6'1''/176lb) spot on -- I don't know my chest measurements, but I'm semi-athletic, at least not twig status -- and the length is really good. Fabric is really soft, but I don't have much to compare with, having mostly worn tees from H&m et al. The colors of the navy crew and the navy pocket differ, with the navy pocket being noticeably lighter than the crew. I don't mind at all, though, but I thought you might wanna know, Nan. I can post fit pics and a comparison of the colors if you want.
     
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  15. edamame

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    Hey guys, I'm new to SF. I just got my first everlane order: a grey snap backpack and a peach crew (s). The backpack is awesome but I'm unsure about the size of the shirt.. It's a sort of big on me, but I'm not sure if it will shrink any (and if it does, I'm not really convinced it will shrink enough). My chest is 32". I'm about 5"9 and 127 lbs. The shirt is pretty long on me too and I need more taper. Do you guys think I should size down to xs? I sort of thought about sizing down, and if it were too small sizing up again, but I don't want to be that guy [​IMG]. I could take pictures if needed.

    Edit: never mind, I found the size chart and I'm going to size down. The shirt is pretty awesome aside from my stupid mistake! I'll definitely be ordering more from them (In the right size lol)
     
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  16. CalTex

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    ....you have a 32" chest?
     
  17. edamame

    edamame Well-Known Member

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    Just about.. I just remeasured and got 33, but I measured 32 earlier. So I'd say 33 average.
     
  18. smashwindow

    smashwindow Senior member

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    ^ eat something bro, my gf has a 36" chest.
     
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  19. CalTex

    CalTex Senior member

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    Pics or GTFO
     
  20. CalTex

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    +1 The girl I use to sponsor (ex girlfriend) was a 36C when she was 17 brah :cool:
     

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