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Everlane T-shirts

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

  1. tgod93

    tgod93 Senior member

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    hey guys im new to this everlane brand... so i just have to ask, is it worth it?

    Their website is very nice and professional but how is the actual quality of their t-shirts?

    If they aren't good, are there any better alternatives?

    If they are good... well I leave it at that.


    ALSO, how long does it usually take for their tees to come back in stock? All the mediums are gone :(
     
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  2. pyroxyze

    pyroxyze Senior member

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    I would recommend it, the only thing people seem to complain is that the cut seems to change often. Buy a shirt and see if you like the cut and buy more. The quality is definitely good even though the shirt is a tad thin.
     
  3. tgod93

    tgod93 Senior member

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    how thin are we talking? like... if i get the softer colors (white, peach, etc) will it clearly show my nipples? or is it just thin to the point where it can be chilly?

    It seems i will have to wait anyways. All the ones I want (pocket tees/vnecks) are all sold out (medium=my size)
     
  4. pyroxyze

    pyroxyze Senior member

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    Just thin to the point where it's chilly, no awkward nipples pointing out
     
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  5. CalTex

    CalTex Senior member

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    There are over 1800 posts in the thread, did you read any of them... :plain:
     
  6. tgod93

    tgod93 Senior member

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    its hard enough for me to just read for class... so pardon my lack of motivation to read 125 pages to find 1 answer >_>

    i did try 20 pages or so tho
     
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  7. CalTex

    CalTex Senior member

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    :plain:

    A lot of us have class/work/family/wife/mistresses
    Sf takes precedence brah

    Just messing with you, don't take it the wrong way.
     
  8. tgod93

    tgod93 Senior member

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    haha im trying!

    i just went through like 15 pages looking for sizing recommendations... but to no success.

    all the posts regarding sizing have been very inconsistent. But the overall message seemed to be to size down? The most talked about sizes I think are S and M, which is perfect because i'm in that range. I guess I will just have to buy both and test it out myself. (assuming they restock soon)

    Just 1 question though. Do the shirts shrink a lot when washed? Or are they preshrunk? Also, whats this about the tapering issue with the shirts? Cuz if these shirts have fat/long waists i am not interested.
     
  9. CalTex

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    I wouldn't size down, they do not shrink much in the wash in my experience.

    Well some of us that have a bigger chest than waist so the shirt doesn't taper enough, IMO.
     
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    CalTex Senior member

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    And I believe that they are preshrunk.

    What are your dimensions?
     
  11. Dapp

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    I wear a large in all my shirts and I got a large in Everlane and it fits perfectly. I could even potentially size up if I wanted to because I have a fairly large chest/shoulders, but I like the fit of the large.
     
  12. tgod93

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    im about 5'9, 155 lb, 31-32 waist, 38-40 chest (not 100% sure), above average broad shoulders.

    I would prefer a bit of tapering on my shirts as my chest/shoulders are definitely wider than my waist.

    Would everlane shirts match up with jcrew shirt's quality/fit?

    http://www.jcrew.com/mens_category/polostees/brokeninjerseytees/PRDOVR~72977/72977.jsp
     
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    I'm 6', 160, 39" chest, athletic, and S is an awesome fit for me. Best <$50 tshirt.
     
  14. pyroxyze

    pyroxyze Senior member

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    Curious, got a list for shirts that are great above 50?
     
  15. CalTex

    CalTex Senior member

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    Another weekend trip

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  16. Dapp

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    Off to visit a lady? [​IMG]
     
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    Hmm I would think you would be a medium. Could you take a fit pic ?
     
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    pink polo shirt.
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  19. pyroxyze

    pyroxyze Senior member

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    Haha, yeah. I'm 5'7, 145 and I'm a S. 36 Chest.
     
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    Terre d'hermes? My go to.
     

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