In September of last year, Everlane launched denim for men and women at an amazing price point ($68), especially considering the jeans are ethically-made at an environmentally-friendly factory in Vietnam. The jeans sold out quickly, and the brand ended up with its longest-ever waiting list (40,000+).
But now that customers have had a chance to try out the denim, the reviews are rolling in. Gear Patrol gives a generally favorable review, but says that while they’re “serviceable,” they’re not high-quality enough for a hardcore denim connoisseur.
As for the women’s styles, The Cut has a well-rounded collection of reviews.
Pros: The back pockets are placed nicely, they’re not egregiously long, substantial denim, soft,
Cons: The waistband stretched a bit too much… and that’s kind of it.
Overall, women are digging these jeans!
Have you tried Everlane’s denim? Do tell!