The Tellason Stock Coverall Jacket is made in San Francisco, California from 14 oz. non-selvedge sanforized Cone Mills denim. Several utility pockets with right side interior pocket. Extra rivet used to fortify newspaper pocket stress point.
Worth the money Perfect fit Great overall
Tellason really nailed it with this jacket design. It’s a good looking jacket. Even though the denim isn’t selvedge, it’s a very beautifully slightly textured denim twill with a lovely deep shade of indigo. It’s going to fade into a work of art, I can just tell.
The best denim quality. The best delivery services (in a few days delivered to Rome!!!). The best courtesy service (a nice postcard and a great "Daje Roma sempre!") The best fit and design. Why I didn't get a Tellason before? My new best favourite brand, of course! OK, Just a suggestion: the size is the usual size I wear. I get a L size and it's perfect. Thank You!
Love the coat. Looks great, fits great.
I love this jacket. The fit. The functionality. Everything about this is jacket is perfect. I'm making a list for Santa with more Tellason products.
Great fit, awesome jacket that is very unique. Raw denim will wear well and give it even more character.
Love the look, feel, and fit of the jacket. This runs about a size small - I read some reviews and went up a size and fits perfect (one size up for more of a normal fit, two sizes for a roomier fit). Love it!
Very nice fit! Large size im 5'10" and 225 and i can button it great. Lovely quality! I will buy more tellason now
I am 5’ 9”, 185 lbs and I was unsure if I should order a medium or Large. I neve finally decided to go with my shoulder measurement which lined up closer to the medium and pulled the trigger and I am sure glad I didn’t go with a large as the fit on the medium is absolutely perfect. I typically wear large in most my jackets so I feel maybe these run slightly big but if you want to layer with a heavy sweater underneath or fleece maybe sizing up is the way to go? Quality is great and I can’t wait for th r weather to cool off a bit so I can start breaking the coat in.