Everlane polo shirts have that classic pique knit texture with a slim collar and fit for a modern look. No logo, no problem.
Before we start, you can learn more about the brand in my comprehensive Everlane review.
The Pique Polo Shirt – $35
The basic pique polo is a classic piece that’s more elevated than a basic t-shirt, while still keeping things casual. The heather grey colorway is one of my favorites for its versatility.
Everlane Pique Polo Shirt: How Does It Feel & Fit?
Everlane’s pique polo feels thin, with the same weight and feeling of my Uniqlo pique polo. There’s not much to write about it. Pique naturally has a rougher knit texture then say a combed cotton or pima cotton.
The collar lays flat and doesn’t curl which is always a welcome attribute. The shirt sleeves hit where they should around mid-bicep and wraps around without restricting. One problem area is at the left shoulder seam. There seems to be a minor defect where the fabric protrudes a bit. Not terrible, but could be an oversight in the QC process.
All in all, their polo shirts fit me quite nicely, just like most of the other pieces that I picked up.
Polo Shirt Details
My Size: XS
100% cotton. Machine wash cold, lay flat to dry.
Comes in sizes XS, S, M, L, XL.
Factory Made In
The pique polo shirt is made in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam at the same factory as the french terry sweatshirt.
How Much Does It Really Cost?
- Materials: $5.78
- Hardware: $.70
- Labor: $4.90
- Duties: $1.88
- Transport: $.50
True Cost = $14
Everlane sells terry crew sweatshirt for $35, while traditional retail goes for over double the price at $70.
Before You Leave
Check out some of the other Everlane products I’ve reviewed.
- Everlane Slim Fit Jeans – $68
- Everlane Slim Fit Oxford Shirt – $58
- Everlane French Terry Sweatshirt – $45
- Everlane Cotton Bomber Jacket – $88
- Everlane ReNew Fleece Sweatshirt – $60
- Tread By Everlane – $98
A note: Everlane sent me the shirt 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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