Everlane T-shirts

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

  1. thenanyu

    thenanyu Senior member

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    Yes, I don't know what the exact timelines are, probably a ways out, but we had espadrille samples in a couple of weeks ago and we have talked about doing a basic low-profile leather sneaker with no branding.


    Your point is well taken, the changes to the large were last minute - we did it "cowboy style" and didn't even sample the taper on it - we trusted our pattern maker on this one. Our shirts used to be 0.75 inches longer actually, but we got so many customer complaints about it that we shortened it. I think the length will probably stay where it is for the time being. Most of our customers who wear small are not quite as tall as SF guys.
     
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    kiya Brand Representative Affiliate Vendor

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    Awesome, thanks. What mill is producing the fabric for the basic tees? It's in the US?
     
  3. thenanyu

    thenanyu Senior member

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    I actually don't know - the product guys are in LA on business, but when I get in touch with them I will find out for you.
     
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    Agreed on the extra length needed (around 1 inch).

    This is because I'm guessing most people who are buying this brand are more athletically fit, so even taller dudes 5'10 and up are still buying smalls. And they could sure use another inch for me haha.
     
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    As a 6 foot even guy who is enjoying his tee in medium, I wouldn't buy any more if they are lengthened. Just my 2 cents.
     
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    x2. I wear a small and fit is fine with both the length and fit. Granted I wear my shirts slightly on the tight side since I have gained some mass this past year.

    I just need to get the colored v-necks before any changes are made
     
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    Hey, I just wanted to say that I just receive my first batch of Everlane tee's and I'm really impressed with the quality! However, I find it a bit tight on the chest/shoulders and I'm thinking I should size up. I'm 5"9 and around 140lbs and I got an XS. How much bigger is the P2P and the Shoulders on the size small?

    Also, since I proxied the items, is it still possible to return them from Canada?

    Thanks a lot!

    PS: Can't wait till the Common Project-esque shoes!
     
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    Harbin Senior member

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    I guess it depends on the torso length, but I'm 6'0 and I could use an inch although it doesnt really matter
     
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    I'm pretty much identical to your dimensions and I bought both a medium and a small to try. IMO the small might be too tight for my 37" chest after washing. It's fairly tight in the shoulder now. I'll snap fit pics of both tonight.

    The material of these shirts is quite nice. As far as construction goes there are stitched seams running the length of the shirt whereas American Apparel is seamless. Shoulder seams have 10 stitches per inch, American Apparel has 12-13. Material is a little thinner than AA but feels a lot better to the touch. Arm holes don't flare as much as AA but if I were making the shirts I'd adjust the height of the holes a little.

    I'll be getting my t-shirts from Everlane from now on.
     
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    noobedloser Senior member

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    Cant believe i missed out on so much and am too lazy to read this the entire thread.
    Do you offer any other colors for the shirts/sweaters? I would definitely buy a navy tshirt or sweater
     
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    I'm 6'4" with a 39" chest and I just ordered a large v-neck. I have a feeling this thing is going to be crazy baggy on me but whatever.
     
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    Yup. I'm 6'3" and I wear a large... Its the perfect length right now, if it was any longer it would look like a nightgown.
     
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    international shipping yet?!
     
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    Jr Mouse Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Guys, they cant make a fit that works for everyone. I'm 6'6" and have had to live with the fact that most brand's button ups are too short for me. Would love to see the arms lengthened on them all, but it's just not going to happen. Companies have a mass market with body type averages to hit.
     
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