Everlane T-shirts

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

  1. thenanyu

    thenanyu Senior member

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    The idea with these is that you choose your initial spot, and just leave the buckle there. It's pretty much a normal belt after you configure it.
     
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    Curious. The women's tees are listed as being 100% supima cotton. Are the men's tees as well? The copy only says "combed cotton".
     
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    Interesting. The original batches of t-shirts I got were all labeled 100% supima cotton but the most recent batch in summer colors were just labeled 100% cotton. Did the fabric change? That's very disappointing, if true.
     
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    Thanks. I'll have to try one of these out when the 1.25" belts are available.
     
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    As long as they hold up reasonably well, I'm fine. Just curious. Don't want to go all MC on a t-shirt.
     
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    I would like to know about the fabric as wellI'm planning on ordering a few of the women tees, is the white shirt transparent.
     
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    Lol at the "men's casual" comment.
     
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    I just emailed our product guy to ask about the material. I will tell you once I hear back.

    The girls at the office wear the white shirt with a light colored bra and it's no problem.
     
  9. lesamourai

    lesamourai Senior member

    I just checked mine and the non-watercolor shirts also just say 100% Cotton. I haven't washed any of the new ones yet but i can't really feel a difference between the two.
     
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    ...yet you know the color of their bras huh.... :nodding:
     
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    He didn't say who it was no problem for ;)
     
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    he invites the girls over to his place to show them "online feedback" and one glass of wine turns into two and....:satisfied:
     
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    Just heard back from Edoardo, our product guy.

    Our women's shirts are Supima, as was our first couple of batches of Men's shirts.
    Our men's shirts are currently made from combed ringspun pima cotton - Edoardo told me basically the same thing as what you said lesamourai, that he didn't feel the difference was very large. The threads per sq. inch remained the same and the cotton is still combed, so only the longest fibers remain. The Supima label guarantees that 100% of the cotton fiber is US grown.






    Annnnnd now I will get my ass kicked when they read this thread. Thanks guys!
     
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    so it is true! :embar:

    are they on the forum...this thread may have just gotten a bit more interesting...lol
     
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    thenanyu Senior member

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    I think they lurk once in a while - this thread is basically my personal side project
     

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