Tellason Stock- Coverall Jacket

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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. 


Straight from the same cutting table and sewing machines in San Francisco as our selvedge jeans and jackets, comes our Tellason Stock collection.

Two fits of jeans, two jackets - incredibly straightforward. The only difference really is our cost for this non-selvedge, double ring spun, Cone Mills denim. And now that we have been making it for 5 years, we see how this fabric performs and fades. It keeps its shape. And if your life is rigorous enough to beat up your jeans and jackets, you will not be disappointed in how these goods fade over time.

We just filled the van full of our Tellason Stock Coverall Jacket so have at them!

As always, we appreciate your business, your friendship and your support,

Best from HQ,

Tony Patella
Pete Searson


  • 5
    Perfect Coat

    Posted by Pete Chisholm on 2nd Feb 2024

    Huge fan of this coat. Very high quality. Would recommend to size up one size if going for a more relaxed look / multiple layers under.

  • 5
    Great jacket

    Posted by Love it on 16th Jan 2024

    Been needing to upgrade / replace my previous denim jacket. This one is right on the money. After breaking in and a soak/wash I like it even more. Great buy.

  • 5
    Tell Aaon stock jacket

    Posted by Bryan on 26th Dec 2023

    Absolutely great craftsmanship, you can tell they take true pride in their work and their name. Bad ass jacket I will return for more American made goods

  • 5
    Tellason Stock Coverall Jacket

    Posted by Brandt Peterson on 17th Dec 2023

    High quality materials and sewing and a very cool look. I've gotten a lot of compliments. The pattern and fit are distinctive, and it's nice to have a denim top that's not another trucker jacket. I'd love to see the non-denim versions of this in a blanket-lined option. Nice job, Tellason. I'm 6'-2" and 225 pounds, construction dude/dad bod. XL fits great, sleeve length is generous and it's not too boxy. I'd compare it to a 44L.

  • 5
    tellason stock coverall jacket

    Posted by timothy massengill on 15th Dec 2023

    love this jacket excellence quality the style is outstanding lots off comments on this jacket

  • 4
    Very nice jacket

    Posted by Brad on 3rd Nov 2023

    Great style/ look, heavy duty denim, only issue like in other reviews the arms are tight. I am 5”11 185 normal / athletic build, ordered a L fit perfectly except the arms very tight so I returned got an XL, fit is I still good but arms are still a bit tight especially if layering. So if your arms are big may want to re consider.

  • 5
    Tellason Stock - Coverall Jacket

    Posted by Rudy G. on 24th Jul 2023

    Perfect, is the best word to use to describe this jacket. Affordable price and the cone denim will wear to perfection. Tellason is the best!!

  • 5
    Great Jacket

    Posted by ALBERTO Ortega on 3rd Jun 2023

    This is my second Tellason jacket. My first was the Tellason Stock trucker jacket. The coverall is beautiful and very well made. I got both jackets in Medium, and the coverall is definitely roomier than the trucker, which I prefer for layering in colder weather, while the trucker works better with just a T shirt. Very pleased.

  • 3
    Beauty, Condescension, & Craft

    Posted by Tyler on 24th May 2023

    The fabric is really something, taking on a luminous quality in the sunlight that gives the inky blue a depth I can't quite understand. However, when I emailed to ask about what seemed to be a small stitching mistake on the two right-side pockets, I was met with a reply that implied I have obsessive compulsive disorder. When I emailed again in a good-natured tone to follow up with a more specific question, that question was ignored and it was suggested I don't understand how denim is made. That assumption isn't too far off the mark, but I still wanted to know whether what appeared to be an error was an error, even if it's minor. So I asked politely one more time and haven't heard back. My hunch is that some folks may appreciate the imperfections of the construction, as loose threads and unusual buttonholes signal that the product is handcrafted (alas, my partner has a different read of the threads!). Anyway, it'll be interesting to see if this review is posted -- a good faith move that I would retroactively reward with a fourth star if I were able! Regardless, it is a pretty coat.