Tellason measurements of John Graham Mellor vs. S. 4th St.

Measurements of men’s American made slim straight and skinny jeans fits reviewed – Tellason John Graham Mellor vs Williamsburg S 4th Street 

American made S 4th Street raw denim skinny jeans Tellason John Graham Mellor slim-straight raw selvedge jeans made in USA
Williamsburg Garment Co. Tellason
S 4th St. - Skinny John G Mellor - Slim Straight
Waist (Measured along top WB) Size:32
33 1/2"


Seat (Measured 8"below Waist Band)
38 3/4" 42"
Front Rise (Including WB)
9 5/8" 9 1/2"
Thigh (Measured 1" Below Crotch)
23" 23 1/2" 
 Leg Opening
14" 16 1/4"
Inseam Length
34 1/2" 36"
Zipper Fly Button Fly
Stretch Wide & Selvedge Selvedge Rigid
Made in USA Made in USA
$139 - $220 $230.00

Tellason vs. Williamsburg fits

Opposing fits from two American made jeans makers, known for producing lots of raw denim jeans are compared here. We review the Tellason measurements of John Graham Mellor slim-straight to the Williamsburg Garment Company South 4th Street skinny. Overall, the Williamsburg jeans is smaller in nearly every upper area of spec, just as a skinny should be when compared to a slim-straight fit. Except, the Williamsburg front rise is 1/8” longer than the Tellason denim. The John Graham Mellor also has a 36” inseam as compared to the S. 4th Street’s 34 ½ inch length.

The verdict, you should wear the same size in both fit styles. Expect a more contoured look in the Williamsburg jeans, the Tellason jeans have more ease through the cut, but are rigid fabric. Also, slim-straight jeans usually fit like a slim up-top with legs that fall nearly straight down from the knee. Skinny jeans are more fitted all over and have a narrow leg opening, however the light weight stretch fabric makes them more comfortable.

 Measurements are taken from actual production samples. Our recorded specs may differ slightly from jean to jean, so we average and take into consideration the targeted measurements. When comparing sizing, please note, we use total circumference measurements in our fit charts. Others may use 1/2-circumference.