Tellason Boa-Fleece-Lined Jean Jacket – Just Released

Tellason Boa-Fleece-Lined Jean Jacket - Just Released
The chill of fall and winter is starting to rear its head across the Northern Hemisphere, and while we could spend time bemoaning the passing of summer, we’ll instead take it as an opportunity to break out our cold weather gear and create some stylish layers. Of course, there’s always sweaters and that go-to wool coat, but is there anything with denim that can get you through the winter?

There is indeed: the Boa-Fleece-Lined Jean Jacket from Tellason. Adding this to your arsenal will give you a great option for when the mercury dips into the lower digits. Made from their exclusive 12.5 ounce Cone Mills White Oak selvedge and lined with boa-fleece, the jacket looks heavy-duty enough to take the edge of off the chill and comfortable enough to make it a cozy experience.

As with all of their garments, the jacket was designed, cut and sewn in San Francisco, CA. Sticking to their no-frills attitude, the jacket is, according to co-founder, Pete Searson, “nothing fancy, just an old school jacket made in our SF factory, like the rest of our stuff.”

There’s no reinventing the wheel here: they’ve taken their classic jean jacket and beefed it up with the fleece. Anyone familiar with brand will know that they take their construction seriously and pride themselves on creating pieces that will stand the test of time (and take a good beating to boot).

Tellason Boa-Fleece-Lined Jean Jacket

There aren’t a lot of options out there for someone looking to add a raw-denim piece to their winter wardrobe, but Tellason has offered a solid one up here.


    • Name: Tellason Jean Jacket with Boa-Fleece Lining
    • Weight: 12.5 Oz.
    • Denim: Brand-exclusive Cone Mills White Oak Selvedge
    • Other Details:
      • Boa-Fleece Lining
      • Copper donut-buttons
      • Selvedge line interior
    • Available at: Tellason for $315.00 USD 

Jon Dalley

Jon is crazy about books, music, movies, motorcycles, and, of course, raw denim. He contends that the best method of breaking in a pair of raw denim is to ride a Triumph Bonneville T100 hard and often. Check out his Instagram with the handle RawrJonD.

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  • Sam

    Looks like a good quality product. My only question is if the indigo will bleed onto the fleece.

    • Philip Che

      Probably the edges of the fleece form normal wear, but its going to get messy if it rains.

  • fuckdot

    Where is Pointer Brand?

  • BillygoatsGruff312

    This is badass.

  • Jamesp

    Any ‘Indigo’ run on to lining would be great. This jacket will age beautifully as it is the same fabric used in their collection styles already which have proven to fade great. Son of a Stag have sold out of my size. Anywhere else in England got this lovely jacket?