Man Pants

My friend Pete sent me a pair of pants. Man pants. He said they might be a bit big, but that I should wash and dry them in warm water before I made up my mind. They're baby shit brown, cut from some kind of canvas and narrow from the knee down. I've had them for a few months now and wear them every weekend. They're warm - real warm - and tough as all shit. Oh, and they're one of only twelve pairs ever made. Apparently they were having some issues with shrinkage ;) So to say they're unique is an understatement. An odd pair of pants for an odd fellow, I suppose.

The truth is, my wife doesn't want me to wear Carhartts. She thinks they look silly. So when I tried on these brown britches, I wondered if she'd like the way they looked. To my relief, she seemed satisfied. Because I could really use a proper pair of man pants. Something I can wear when I crawl underneath the car, ride my motorcycle or climb around the left coast.

Cut and sewn in San Francisco, Tellason is a company focused on quality. Founded by Pete Searson and Tony Patella in 2008, Tellason has since become one of the premiere denim manufacturers on the market. All of their cotton comes from Greensboro, North Carolina, and their leather patches are produced in Portland, Oregon.

So if you're in the market for a pair of man pants, I suggest you take a look at Tellason.