Images via Tellason
Warning: rambling preamble (pre-ramble?) ahead! Today I’m going to be talking about some pieces of clothing that are actually affordable and represent great value to the consumer (that’s you). I’m going to be recommending that you actually buy one or more of these pieces of clothing to wear on your body, because they are super dope garments. I’m also going to be shamelessly fanboying out, because these super dope garments happen to be made by equally dope humans. Okay, pre-ramble over. Time to talk about the Tellason Stock collection, featuring the above Coverall and Jean Jackets, which clock in at 139 and 149 USD respectively. The collection also includes jeans in straight leg and slim tapered fits, for the wildly reasonable price of 99 USD; you should pick up a pair of those as well -- no bullshit. Warning: denim nerdage ahead! The Tellason Stock collection is constructed out of a 14oz denim, made at the renowned Cone Mills White Oak plant. It’s a non-selvedge denim, woven on modern projectile looms, allowing for a significantly lower price point than its selvedge, shuttle-loom-born cousins. Typically, denim manufactured on modern looms exhibits a more even hand and a lower degree of slub and nep irregularity, versus denim woven on vintage shuttle looms. If you’re thinking “Who gives a shit about any of that? I just want some solid, American-made denim, at a fair price”, then you are the exact person for whom Tellason made this collection. They want you to own their products. I want you to own their products. You know what? I want me to own their products. Full disclosure: I’m planning to cop a pair of Tellasons for myself, in the very near future. It’s been a long time coming and I think I’m finally ready to take the indigo plunge. But is the world ready to see me in a pair of badass, San Franciscan jeans? Only time will Tellason, HEY-OH! -RB
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