These First Standard Co. jeans are almost the "classic jean", with the exception of asymmetrical front pockets, back yoke and back pockets, feature a zip fly single button button closure with the 5 pocket style and oversized front and back pockets and First Standard's signature cowhide tooling leather patch.
*100% Cone Mills White Oak Cotton
*13.5 oz. Raw Selvage Denim
*Asymmetrical front pockets, back yoke and back pockets
*Metal Button Closure
*Scovill Zipper Fly
*Oversized Front and back pockets
*Back pockets with Hidden Bar Tacks and
*Back Pockets Half-Lined
*Hand-cut Cowhide Tooling Leather Patch
*Made in U.S.A.
First Standard Co. is a contemporary denim brand driven by the commitment to creating enduring craftsmanship in garments that are at once highly functional and expressive. Based in New York City's Lower East Side, First Standard has followed the lineage of Industrial era garment signatures, modernizing this foundation into an avant-garde designer collection. From the tradition of American work wear, all aspects of the collection are produced domestically, using Cone Mills selvage denim, Scovill zippers, copper hardware from North Carolina, and fabricated by a long standing North Eastern manufacturer. First Standard is made for an individual who has the spirit to embrace re-inventive thinking translated from the old; beyond accepted forms of today's denim wear.
Brooklyn Denim Co.'s Men's Relaxed Jean features a wide thigh with a tapered leg and the classic 5-pocket styling, button fly closure with Cone Mills Denim.
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These raw selvedge jeans features a 12.50 oz. denim from Cone Mills White Oak with a slim straight leg and a button fly closure.
*12.5 oz. *Cone Mills White Oak blue line raw selvedge denim
*Leather patch by Tanner Goods, Portland, OR.
*Slim Straight fit
*Graduated inseams from a 34" to 35"
*Made in USA
After working in the apparel industry for 20 years, it was time Tony Patella and Pete Searson, owners of Tellason took things their hands and made something of their own- something that stood up to their personal waterline, so to speak. A proper pair of men's jeans was the answer, so Tellason took it from there and went out to make a jean that mattered. What they came up with was a range of jeans they are proud of: great fits, beautiful fabric from Cone Mills' White Oak plant in Greensboro, North Carolina that is cut and sewn in San Francisco, California.
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