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.
A note from Tony & Pete
The big pocket on the left side of our Coverall Jacket shares some qualities of that carpet bag Mary Poppins shows up with at the Family Banks house. Not sure if it can hold a hat rack or wall mirror but we do know it can hold a ton of stuff from a bottle of wine to a few meat pies. At first glance, it may be the pocket you think you would use the least but ask someone who owns one, and the opposite is true. Personally, this is the best place for a set of keys since if you bend down to pick something up, the keys stay low and will find it impossible to slip out of such a deep well of a pocket.
We appreciate the design details that were brought to us from a great old shop in Brooklyn back in 2011 called Smith & Butler.
Best from here,
Same great coverall jacket. Solid color, very dark green. I’m 6’2 200 lbs and a large is trim fitting but not tight. Could’ve went up a size for a looser fit but I’m happy with my choice.
I like this jacket very much, the cut is perfect for me, the color is fantastic and the design is nice. However, in daily use, I find the pockets to be rather... useless. Aesthetically they look very sharp, but functionally don't accomplish much. As an working artist, I bought the jacket hoping for an everyday wear- something I could carry a sketchbook and book in, couple pencils and pens, etc. All the pockets are too small (< 6" wide, non-gusseted) for this purpose. In fact, the dedicated pencil spot (which is a tad silly) makes that pocket virtually useless (I can't even manage to comfortably fit my hands in either of the front lower pockets) as the seam shrinks the larger pocket size. The two diagonally designed pockets are virtually useless in any practical way. The inside pocket is too high and too small. I'd actually love to work with Tellason on a specific design that would make for a practical, daily, artist studio work jacket, and not something that is more strictly just, fashionable.
I recently purchased 2 of these Coverall Jackets in a size Large—using your Sizing Chart as a guide. I really like the functional style and material, but the fit was considerably off the mark! I am 5’ 8” tall and weigh 186 lbs.. I normally wear a size 44 Regular in jackets and coats. However, the Coverall jackets in a size Large are too small and uncomfortably tight! I returned the jackets for an exchange to the Extra Large size and I’m currently waiting for the new ones to arrive.
Beautiful jacket, the green is somewhere between forest green and emerald. It's too bad the inside pocket won't hold a cell phone but I've been keeping it in the massive front pocket and it's nice because it surely wont fall out. I'll definitely be buying from them again.
Color: great. Fit: medium is my usual size (I’m 5’101/2”, 158lbs), but I found the jacket tight. Also, the one square divided patch pocket was of limited use and not safe for cell phone. Generally the pockets except the great angled pocket were just a bit too short. Likely it won’t work with anything other than a shirt or Tshirt underneath. I will wear this, but not as much as I wanted. Good sturdy construction and fabric, but disappointed.
Really great item. Beautiful construction. Fits true to size. Will be buying more of these.
Second "chore coat" style shirt/ jacket i've bought and I love this one! Really dig the pocket layout and the color! I might taper in the cuffs a bit but thats personal preference!
Great quality/fit/traditional look and easy to business!
The fit is perfect, I'm 6'2", 200lbs with broad shoulders and the XL is roomy enough to accommodate a layer without being baggy without it. The length also covers-all when a tall guy bends down ;) the fabric is sturdy and keeps its toughness after some wear, the green overdye fades beautifully after a few months of hard wear in those honeycombs and on the elbows. Pockets are practical and the unique cut of them make this your not so traditional chore coat, sorry to be that guy but I never really use the big pocket haha the tiny pocket however is the one I find myself using the most. I recommend this jacket to anyone of any style.