Best chinos I've come across.
I love these khakis, and here is why. First, the material is heavier than most khakis, so they have a better drape and don’t look so wrinkled. Second, the fit is perfect—slim, but not skinny. Third, they are incredibly well-made. I’d consider sizing up from your normal Tellason size, however, because they don’t stretch out like denim.
I like sturdiness of the fabric and the mid rise slim tapered fit. Well done!
I was skeptical of the reviews that said these Chinos fit well and were comfortable at the same time, but to the leap and purchased a pair. I have to agree, after wearing and washing, these Chinos softened up and are very comfortable. The fit is true to size. Not too baggie, not too tight. These Chinos look great and the fabric is very nice.
Yeah, these are great. Tellason's sizing chart worked spot on for me. And after a warm wash and a high heat dry, they snugged up just a touch so the fit is perfect. As others have said, thumbs up on quality and cut. Definitely a good everyday khaki. Not a dress trouser by any means. Which is exactly what you want from these fine people. Cheers.
These chinos are $20-$30 cheaper than the popular "officer chino" from a well-known brand, but more important: They are of substantially higher quality, better fit, made in the USA, and Pete and Tony will personally answer your messages and help you get the right size. I wish I had discovered Tellason earlier. Everything I've ordered from them has been super cool at an incredible value.
For reference, I’m 5’4” and 130 lbs. Size 30 was too big. The silhouette is excellent. Slim, but still plenty of room in the thighs with a nice taper from the knee down. The quality of the fabric and sewing can’t be beat! I will exchange for size 29.
The tapered leg Tellason chinos are outstanding. With the high quality Japanese cotton twill, and the button fly, they bring the old-time classic quality. And with the tapered leg, they look more current.
While I am happy adding a pair of Tellason chinos in my wardrobe, I regret not having done so earlier. I have put off buying them for years, because of their price tag (approximately $200). In the meantime, I have probably wasted three times as much money, and even more time, trying to find a good, but less expensive, pair of pants. Tellason chinos feel premium, are comfortable, and they **fit.** Quality and fit are the reasons to buy Tellason. If you are in the market for chinos, but you can't afford a Tellason pair of chinos right now, don't waste your energy and money elsewhere. Save, and when you can afford them, or next time they are on sale, treat yourself.