Everlane T-shirts

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

  1. Dapp

    Dapp Senior member

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    Intriguing...can't wait to see them.

    And I think the Ryan stuff could work, but I feel like it could be very hit or miss.
     


  2. CDHagg

    CDHagg Senior member

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    Is there a messenger bag in the works?

    I really like the look of the weekender and the fact that it's waterproof; take that same fabric and make it into messenger bags and I'd buy one.
     
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  3. deveandepot1

    deveandepot1 Senior member

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    The straps on the weekender are all leather. Right? Not bonded leather or artificial leather?
     
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  4. MichaelPemulis

    MichaelPemulis Senior member

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    Are there going to be XL's in the future? I would definitely order shirts if you had XL (and prob sweaters and oxfords, depending on how they turn out).
     


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    I'd be interested in XLs as well.
     


  6. CPaul

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    are the shirts ever going to ship? I'm hoping its sometime this week?
     


  7. jkoll

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    I just found out about everlane through another thread, and I'm intrigued on how the t-shirts fit. The quality and price looks excellent, and I like the website's interface. However, information regarding measurements leaves much to be desired... Also, it sounds like there is a taper? Which is what I am looking for.
    I am 6'2" 170lbs, prefer slim fit. The best fitting t-shirt I have is from h&m (white v-neck, medium, "logg"), though the qualilty isn't the best, and same shirts in different colors have inconsistent sizing =/ Here are the measurements from it:
    Shoulder seam-to-seam: 42cm (16.5")
    Pit-to-pit: 52cm (20.5")
    Back: 68.5cm (27")
    Waist: 48.5cm (19") >[38" total]
    Sleeve 21.5cm (8.5")

    Would anyone recommend a size medium or large in everlane v-necks? Or recommend buying everlane at all?
    Thanks
     


  8. thomaspaine

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    Received my shirt yesterday. Feels great, much nicer than my AA shirts but I was a little disappointed in the fit. It's a little looser in the waist than I'd prefer, but my main gripe is the sleeves. I hate it when sleeve openings are really wide and create that triangle flappy thing. It's not like I have pencil arms either, so I'm not sure whose arms these sleeves are made for.

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    Here's comparison of an AA t-shirt (size M).

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    Both shirts have been worn and are a little dirty and wrinkled, so sorry for that.
     


  9. phonics

    phonics Well-Known Member

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    Hi guys,

    I'm 6'0, 165lb, 37" chest, 33" waist

    I'm on the fence between small and medium shirts. Could anyone push me in one direction or the other?
     


  10. thomaspaine

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    If it helps, in the post above yours I'm wearing a medium and I'm 5'9", 185lbs, 41.5" chest, 34" waist. I'd probably go with small but don't know if it'll be too short on your torso.
     
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  11. VLSI

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    Medium, but it will probably be too short.


    How the hell can you wear a medium, much less a small, with almost a 42" chest?
     


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    We are not making messenger bags any time soon, but I will release backpacks to styleforum by Tuesday - you should check those out when they drop.




    The straps are all real leather.





    Yes, there will be XLS soon, we are finally up to production capacity so we can start expanding our size range.




    We have one batch landing on Tuesday and one batch at the end of the week. All of the pre-orders will be fulfilled by that point.




    I would say small, I am 6'0, 162, 37 chest, 32 waist and I wear a small.




    You got PM.
     
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  13. CDNstyle740

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    I am 6'3, 155 lbs. and a 32 waist. Is there a shirt size you could recommend? I am worried about the length in the torso, however I don't want it to be baggy. I noticed the model is 5'11 and wearing a medium which seems as though it would be to small for me based on my measurements. Please give me your feedback nanyu.
     


  14. who8mahrice

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    Does the next t-shirt batch landing include women's watercolor tees? I was gonna order some shirts for myself, but am trying to wait so I can pick up my gf some shirts to combine for shipping.
     


  15. thomaspaine

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    Small for him, not for me. Both will probably be too short though.
     


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