Navas Lab Apparel began because I couldn’t find proper fitting clothes. At 6’6’’ I had to work with what I could find. Moreover, I had to make them aesthetically fit with my long frame. Finding style as a tall man has often been my kryptonite. Being tall means you stand-out, so proper style is important, whether you like it or not. Over the years, these are some style tips I’ve compiled that remain my own best practices when creating Navas.
More Influencers Sharing Their Favourite Things About Being Tall Men
When you tell people your weight they'll usually say, "Oh, it's because you're tall," instead of "Ah, you should probably eat less and hit the gym."
Our Influencers Share Their Favourite Things About Being Tall Men
Being tall has challenges but also some amazing benefits. We asked our team to share some of their favourite advantages. Brian Lee Crossfit athlete I have a long reach when playing any kind of sport Cleaning those high windows takes no time at all No one fights with me...
Navas Tall Man Profile: Jon Bierman aka Dark Arps, Electronic Musician, Vancouver BC
As Dark Arps, I have developed a reputation in Vancouver and beyond as a dynamic and exciting DJ and live electronic music performer. I am on a never-ending quest to maintain and acquire a vast range of technical abilities in an effort to become the ultimate technical artist.
Navas Tall Man Profile: Robert Truijen, Photographer
Meet one of our Navas Influencers, Robert Truijen, who stands tall for community, respect, steward of the earth! He's a photographer and graphic designer who's always on the move.
Navas Tall Man Profile: Daniel Jansen Van Doorn, Olympian Volleyball Player
Meet one of our Navas Ambassadors! Daniel Jansen Van Doorn is an olympian volleyball player who stands tall for honesty, integrity, positivity.
Tall Man Travels: Rudy Verhoeff
For the month of March, Navas is exploring stories around, 'Tall Travels.' Rudy Verhoeff is a 6'5'' Olympian for volleyball. He 's traveled far and wide. Here's what he had to say!
Tall Man Travels: South East Asia
The best adventure can be a little thing that happens on the street. Fixating on big destinations often misses the point. The bigger the more well known the destination likely the more difficult it will be to see that place the way you want to see it.