Everlane slim fit jeans are made from premium 11 oz. Japanese denim, featuring a slight 2-way stretch for maximum comfort.
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EVERLANE REVIEW FOR MEN & TRY-ON HAUL
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Before we start, you can learn more about the brand in my comprehensive Everlane review.
Everlane Slim Fit Jeans Review
Everlane’s slim fit jeans come in at $68, an affordable price point compared to many other brands, let alone premium ones.
Of course I opted for the dark indigo wash for maximum versatility. The jeans are also available in straight or skinny fit. Keep in mind that indigo is sure to bleed if I were to put them through a wash cycle.
Everlane Slim Jean: How Does It Feel & Fit?
The Everlane slim fit jeans look and feel nice. The quality feels the same as jeans I own that are more than double the price. There’s a thickness to them that leads me to believe that they’re tough and durable jeans. At a glance, the look and feel of the jeans are similar to a pair of my GAP, Levi’s or Ash & Erie.
They are a modern slim fit, and so they are fitted through the hip and thigh with a slight taper down towards the ankle and a higher than normal rise. The jeans sit comfortably above my waist. Personally it’s got the perfect rise, which is about an inch, inch and a half under my belly button.
The shortest inseam offered is 30, which is pretty standard in menswear. This means that I’ll have to get them hemmed a few inches for that crisp no-break look that I tend to go for. It fits pretty similar to Levi’s 511 and Mott & Bow’s jeans.
For reference I am 5’6″, 135 lbs give or take 😉
Quick note: If you’re enjoying this Everlane jeans review, then you’ll probably like this Mott & Bow jeans review of their medium blue wash denim.
Slim Fit Jean Details
My Size: 29x30
98% cotton, 2% elastane. Made with premium 11 oz. Japanese denim with 2-way stretch for better range of motion.
Factory Made In
Made in Bien Hoa, Vietnam at Saitex International which recycles 98% of its water and is touted as the world’s cleanest denim factory.
How Much Does It Really Cost?
As a part of their transparent pricing, they believe that customers have a right to know what their products cost to make. And so here’s a breakdown of the slim fit jean.
- Materials: $14.93
- Hardware: $2.15
- Labor: $7.50
- Duties: $4.06
- Transport: $1.90
True Cost = $31
Everlane sells the jeans for $68, around a 2x mark up while traditional retail marks them up 5x to $155.
Before You Leave
Check out some of the other Everlane products I’ve reviewed.
- Everlane Slim Fit Oxford Shirt – $58
- Everlane Cotton Bomber Jacket – $88
- Everlane ReNew Fleece Sweatshirt – $60
- Everlane Pique Polo Shirt – $35
- Everlane French Terry Sweatshirt – $45
- Everlane French Terry Hoodie – $68
- Everlane Felted Merino Hoodie – $98
- Everlane Felted Merino Cardigan – $88
- Tread By Everlane – $98
- Everlane Performance Suit & How to Style It – $296
Check out the Everlane Choose What You Pay program that offers many popular styles at steeply discounted prices.
A note: Everlane sent me the jeans in this review. These are all my thoughts and opinions based on my experience. Gentleman Within holds all control over editorial content.
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