Everlane Track Collection
The world may be opening up and getting back to ‘normal’ but you’ll have to pry my loungewear out of my cold hands.
Sweats (and especially matching sets) are here to stay for good.
Here’s a complete review of the Everlane Track line, with outfit photos, fit & sizing tips and more!
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Everlane Organic Track
There are 10+ styles, but they all share one common factor: they’re made from 100% organic cotton, certified by the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS), a laborious certification process that takes over a year.
All the tops and bottoms have a vintage look, and a weighty thick fabric feel.
It’s also a unisex line, so you can shop the mens or womens to achieve your desired fit!
Everything is sold separately, but you can mix and match to create a matching set. And let’s face it… who doesn’t love comfy sweats that match? It’s like an instant ‘put-together’ outfit that doesn’t scream ‘slob’!
Browse the full Track Collection on Everlane here.
Price Point & Quality
Price wise, I think the collection falls in line with similar high quality loungewear. That’s to say, more than I want to spend on something like sweats… but reasonable compared to other brands.
My thick fleece college sweatshirts were around $60 and my sweats from Aritzia’s TNA Fleece line ranged from $50-75. Champion sweatshirts run about $65 too (you know you’re old when you remember them as the ‘cheap’ brand growing up!)
On the one hand it feels crazy to spend so much on things that I wear at home.. but on the other hand, if all you’re wearing is sweats you want them to a) hold up to daily wear and b) feel cozy!
So far, I’ve thrown all the Everlane sweats in the wash multiple times and everything still looks good as new.
Try On Video
If you’d like to see the items on, I included all of my Everlane track items in my Youtube video here:
Or, keep reading below for photos and an in-depth review of each item!
Everlane Sweats Review
in Deep Sea, size xs
This lightweight top is the perfect warm weather lounge top.
It’s part tee.. part sweatshirt.. and feels exactly like 80s gym wear, like the design was meant to!
It has raglan short sleeves (that reach a little longer, to the elbow) and a cropped loose fit. I like the crew neckline and baseball-tee style stitching on the front.
And it’s a great hot weather sweatshirt. It’s lightweight, made from cozy French Terry and looks really stylish with the matching bottoms!
Everlane French Terry Jogger
in Deep Sea, size s
Sometimes you want a lightweight sweat pant.
Everlane came out with these airy jogger pants over the summer and after a winter of loving Everlane’s heavy cotton sweats, I jumped on the light pair!
The joggers have a banded waist, ankle hems and tapered legs. They’re really lightweight, but still substantial. I sized up to a S to have a little bit extra length, they run pretty cropped.
I wore these on our long 10+ hour flight to Hawaii and usually I’m freezing on planes. These joggers were the perfect balance of warm and cozy, but still light enough to continue to comfortably wear when we landed in tropical weather.
And finally, the French terry fabric is great! Cozy, lightweight and breathable.
in Kingfisher Blue, size s
The Everlane Track hoodie features a just slightly oversized fit that’s not too big, and also not too cropped.
There are no drawstrings on the hood, so you don’t have to worry about uneven dangling strings. I like how slouchy and comfy it is, without looking frumpy. If you prefer a very loose fit (or you’re buying it for a man), I’d say size up!
The material is thick and weighty, without making you overheat. It’s lined with organic French terry, which adds just a touch of softness.
I went for it in this pretty Kingfisher Blue color.
Overall, the design is quite simple, with just a subtle E logo stitched on the sleeve.
Everlane Track Pant
in Kingfisher Blue, size s
I also got the matching track pants.
I mainly was looking for comfortable-but-non-frumpy sweatpants and these are great. They have an elastic waistband with a hidden draw cord and a relaxed (slightly tapered) leg.
Length wise, these hit me just at the ankle, which is a nice length to show off your shoes and socks, while still being full length.
For reference – I’m 5’7″ so if you’re any taller (or buying for a man), you might want to size up for a longer inseam!
I also love how functional these are.
There’s two side pockets as well as a back pocket! If you pick one of the sweatshirts that has a front kangaroo pocket, you’ll have so many pockets you can leave the house to run errands without bringing a handbag!
Everlane Track Cropped Sweatshirt
in Green Balsam, size s
I liked the idea of mixing and matching my loungewear.
To be honest, on days when I don’t leave the house, I can easily re-wear an outer layer like a sweatshirt, or I’ll swap between shorts and long pants depending on what I’m doing…
so I thought it’d be nice to have multiple tops and bottoms in the same color to mix and match tops.
I thought this mock neck style sweatshirt had a touch of something different.
It has a higher neckline at the perfect length, so it won’t irritate your neck. There’s dropped shoulders and a roomy front kangaroo pocket for a retro style look. I think the slightly cropped fit makes it quite cute too.
Again, it’s made from the same 100% cotton material with a French terry lining, so very comfortable for all day (or in my case, week long) wear!
Everlane Track Sweatshort
in Green Balsam, size s
I picked up the sweat shorts most recently.
I like how comfy these are – they feel just a tad oversized – and the pockets make them very handy.
Super cute to wear on their own or with the matching tops!
Everlane Track Oversized Crew
in Green Balsam, size s
If you prefer a classic sweatshirt, you’ll like the crewneck version.
This one has raglan sleeves, a very simple round neckline and a front kangaroo pocket. I think I reach for this one the most, just because it’s so comfortable!
(Sometimes hoodies can shift the weight of the garment backwards)
I also like that this sweatshirt has a front pocket. Soft, simple and timeless!
Everlane Retro Jersey Short
in Canvas, size s
I loved Everlane’s sweat shorts (the green ones above) but they are a little thick for summer.
I saw they came out with a lighter, breathable short for the summer and picked them up in this off white color.
The brand says they’re ‘reminiscent of 70s summer camps‘ and unfortunately these just didn’t work for me. I got my usual size, but should have sized down at least 1, if not 2 sizes.
They have a comfy elastic waist, a high-rise fit and lots of pockets. They are slightly A-line in shape, so they do flare out a bit.
Material wise, they’re definitely great for warm weather days, but just get the right size!
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