Coverall Jacket - Garment Dyed "Chambray"

1954.10 CHM
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13 oz. U.S. made bull denim.  Several utility pockets with right side interior pocket. Garment dyed in Marin Co. CA.   Extra rivet used to fortify newspaper pocket stress point.  Made in San Francisco, Calif. USA.  Fit Guide



These dyed coverall jackets take a ton of work to get made. Cut and sew it in San Francisco, pick them up in my van and drive them up to Novato to get dyed, drive them back to the factory in SF so they can put the hardware on and take the wrinkles out, pick them back up and bring them back to our HQ to pack up and sell to our customers.

We were tempted to lean away from these a few years ago but damn, they keep selling well so we are happy to keep bouncing around the Bay Area to keep our dyed coverall jackets in stock. Plus, these drives back and forth give me a chance to check in with my 80 year old mom in Reno and see how her pickleball game is going.

With that mix of news, we just refilled our shelves with our green bull denim coverall jackets.

Enjoy and thanks for your support,

Tony Patella
Pete Searson


  • 4
    Coverall garment dyed - first Tellason purchase

    Posted by Nikhil on 10th Mar 2024

    I recently purchased this garment dyed "chambray" coverall jacket and am very impressed by the look, feel of the denim, and the fit of the jacket. The denim feels sturdy and durable, but thankfully is not too warm (I wore it in 65-70 degree weather in North Carolina and was comfortable. I immediately received several compliments about the jacket (it's a gentle, somewhat unique blue) and curiosity about all the pockets. As others have commented, the pocket sizing could potentially be improved, but is not bad, and I was able to fit a journal article and small notebook in the large newspaper pocket without issue. In terms of the fit, which was my biggest worry ordering online, I am about 5'8" and maybe 165, with a short torso. The medium is a good length in the chest, sleeves, and waist, and has room to layer with a sweater or fleece underneath. But it is not baggy either. Thanks to Pete for confirming by email that a medium would be the better choice over a small. I'm about to step outside and see how this does on a gusty day. But overall, I'm very happy with this purchase. I also appreciated the story of the various steps in the process of making this coat. Thanks, Tellason, and I hope you will continue to carry this unique product.

  • 5
    chambray coverall jacket

    Posted by Benjy on 26th Dec 2023

    5'11" 170 lbs.. Plenty of wiggle room. I'm a geek for this jacket. I've been eyeballin it for a year. I clean bars for a living in New Orleans. I'm an artist a few times over.I hope it doesn't get stolen so I can wear it as an old guy. I want more . Bless ya'll.

  • 4
    Coverall jacket

    Posted by Raphael Tych on 2nd Nov 2023

    I bought the Coverall jacket in a rich blue colour after trying it on in a specialty store in Sydney 2 years ago. I'm 180cm and 93kg and the size large fits snugly and perfectly on my 50 something frame. The only issue I had was that the lower right side pocket has a vertical stitch through it turning one good sized pocket into two small , Useless pockets. The problem was easily fixed by carefully pulling that stitch out. Otherwise, it's an allover beautiful jacket from Tellason that I often dig wearing. Keep up the good work.