Remember that one denim jacket you had as a kid? You probably can’t think of the brand name but it wasn’t like the other coats—this was stiff, sturdy, secure. You could fall asleep sitting up in that jacket. One day, you and it parted ways and it faded into that warm pit of childhood miscellania. Well what if it could come back?
The Tellason Stock Jean Jacket is humble like that jacket. It’s made of a non-selvedge Cone Mills denim in the city of San Francisco. It has non-descript copper donut buttons on the placket, cuffs, front pockets, and the tab closures on the back. It’s the denim trucker in its purest and simplest element and it’s here, waiting for you to put it back on.