The Tellason Stock Straight Leg jeans are made in San Francisco, California from 14 oz. non-selvedge sanforized Cone Mills denim. Our Straight Leg fit is a mid-rise true straight leg with a button-fly and the bottom of the back pockets are lined for durability. Post try-on hemming info here.
I got my first pair of jeans and these jeans are top notch fit great they are made with perfection and will buy another pair or two
I just received my first pair of Tellason straight leg jeans and they are shockingly good. Superb in all the ways I value: fit and finish characteristics, heft/weight of the Denim, button fly... just really great and that is only the Stock level... I cannot imagine how good the selvedge level is but I now intend to find out. Could not be happier...
Another great pair of pants from Tellason! I have the selvedge Elgins in a 30, they fit perfectly. But I wanted a jean with more room in the thigh for ease of movement, especially cycling. So I got these, same waist size of 30". Perfect! Denim is gorgeous, nicely stiff then breaking in to my body. For reference, I'm a slender female, 5'6", 120 lbs.
Great fit, price, and construction. Quality. Thanks team T
Great fit and quality is how it should be. These are what US made jeans be. Rugged and well made. These jeans are not just for taking pictures in...go out there and get 'em dirty and wear em well. They'll take it! The straight fit is perfect for pull on boots or cowboy boots.
Very impressed! High quality jeans without a major monetary commitment
I bought these when they were an item of the week and I am a poor person. These jeans are a no-brainer for the price and for what you are getting. I am 6' tall and 190 lbs. and got the 34. I do not have a 36" inseam, and never will. I quit growing 30 years ago. I just cuff the bottoms. I am really enjoying Tellason jeans. This is my third pair. And I have 2 of their jackets. And that is why I am poor.
Third time that I have ordered some of these. They actually fit! Not skinny jeans…. Wear great and get better with time.
I've always been a loyal purveyor of 501s, but after years of rationalizing and denial over the identity crisis Levi's seemed to be going through, I finally jumped ship and went to pursue the perfect pair of pants. My criteria was simple: totally normal, but well constructed. It was surprisingly difficult to find a replacement to 501s -- pants as of lately seem to be going after the penguin bod -- but I finally landed on these pants. If you are like me and want the most normal, but well constructed pair of pants, these are them.