Knit: Columbia Knit for The Woodlands
Shirt: Engineered Garments Binocular Shirt
Jeans: Tellason Ankara Straight
Boots: Redwing 875 Moc-toe
Bag: Filson Zipper Tote
Filed under Columbiaknit, Engineered Garments, Made in USA, Red Wing Boots, Tellason, What I'm wearing, Woodlands
Tagged as columbia knit, engineered garments, redwing shoes, tellason, the woodlands
Tony just sent me a pair in in the 14.75 oz denim, but I was wondering how I might find out the specific thread used, like you did with these deadstock Ankara’s. My first two pairs of Tellasons were of the same material pictured above, I believe, but my newest one is of a darker, black-leaning hue. I believe its the same thread they used for the Need Supply collab. I suppose I could ask Tony, but I think I’ve bothered him enough. What are the different iterations of Cone Mills denim that have been used by Tellason?
James, the new 14.75oz denim is a Tellason exclusive woven by Cone. The new Tellason’s are the only jeans that have that fabric. It’s a lot more blue than there previous 12.5oz Cone, that had a black hue in it. I believe that it is the same denim used for the Need Supply collaboration, they just added a different patch and hand stamp on the inside pocket lining. As far as I know, they used three different types of Cone Mills denim so far. The first run of jeans they made used a 14oz Cone Denim that had a purplish hue to it, they then moved to the 12.5oz indigo/black Cone denim that you spoke of, now, they’re using an exclusive-to-them denim by Cone, that’s 14.75oz and mainly indigo.
Hope this helps you out.
Thanks so much for reading man!
not many own a binocular shirt these days. kudos.
I’d give anything to get an EG binocular shirt. Dibs on that one when you’re done with it.
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