Guest post by Reid Ginsburg
Any man of dignity knows he cannot wander the streets of his town sans pants, and any man of style knows a steady bottom-half diet of suit-trousers and chinos and what-have-you’s can be wearying to the palette. Although the cave of denim is one fairly well-spelunked these days, kindly put on your antique mining helmet and investigate these rad jeans. Assembled by San Francisco company Tellason, they’re cut from Cone White Oak 12.5 oz. selvedge denim with an indigo ear. The internal stitching is laudably neat and clean, bespeaking the diligence and care applied to the garment. The back-pockets are half-lined, bolstered against the inevitable wallet-corner break-out. The fly is button of an antiqued metal variety, the patch is from Portland’s Tanner Goods, and the fit pictured is the slim-tapered “Ladbroke Grove.” A slim-straight and a classic-straight are likewise available–whatever keeps you decent, boys. Get them here.