Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Ethan Halladay, Jan 27, 2012.
Has anyone tried a sized up Ryan t shirt? I can't be the only one that's been curious
Ordered one of the first tees made in the gray/concrete color, vneck
After 6+ months of weekly wear and wash, one of the shirts has now developed a tiny hole in the abdomen area.
I retired them already to my sleepwear anyways but just an fyi. I am curious if this is the same tee that I accidentally dropped scissors on with the point. I have 2 of the shirts FWIW.
I hope they get rid of the pocket
Nothing a seam ripper can't take care of
Hopefully its a tapered slim and doesn't cut out all of the chest space like a BB extra-slim.
So at this moment, Everlane is only available in the US? Does anyone know if they will expand and ship internationally?
I doubt it, because as good as that sounds and looks, most people aren't slim or built well enough to look good in that fit. It will probably be a classic-slim fit but not much taper.
What's the length on a small v-neck from shoulder to hem?
Well what is a "classic" slim ?
Is it more like a brooks brothers slim (or many other makers) where the slim takes out more from the waist than the chest...or is it like a BB extra slim where they tighten up the chest even more.
about 25-26 inches from neck to hem.
Thanks. I was looking for that everywhere lol
Really late to quote this, so I'm pretty much not expecting a response, but is there any billowing in the back for you gettoasty? I'm basically the same exact height and weight as you but I've got a kinda long upperbody so I'm leaning towards a medium unless it doesn't taper enough and leaves a lot of room in the back
Thanks. I've been looking for that number everywhere lol
Really late quoting this so I'm not really expecting a response, but is there any billowing in the back for you on the medium, toasty? I'm basically the same exact height and weight as you and I'm leaning towards a medium because my upperbody is kinda long, but I don't want too much room in the waist area
Hey guys.. i was curious as to what mill is weaving the fabric for the t-shirts?
Any idea on the fabric weight? May want to use them for a project i'm consulting on.
Hmm, I'm guessing it would just fit like a regular cut Jcrew shirt, where it's not baggy persay but not that slim either. I haven't had experience with BB but maybe I'll drop by and try out their shirts
Anyone who owns multiple pocket tees... Are they pretty consistent between colors like the watercolor'd ones and the white ones?
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