It’s no secret the good folk over at Iron & Resin know a solid pair of overalls when they see ‘em. Hell, they even released pair in the past that almost immediately sold out. So, just like any responsible group of gearheads, they went and rereleased them while upping the construction — built right here in the USA mind you.
Introducing the Tatham Overalls, a key piece of utilitarian workwear and a now flagship element to their Stock Supply Collection. Each pair is built from ultra-durable 12oz duck canvas from 150-year-old Mt. Vernon Mills that’s then reinforced with heavy-duty stitching and dual shank buttons purposed for years of use. They also offer an indigo colorway built from 13oz denim — the last of its kind from NC-based Cone Mills Denim — while both variants host double needle felled seams throughout, slash-cut front pockets, rear patch pockets, engineered shoulder straps, and multiple utility check pockets making them prime for both weekend rides and as a rugged workwear essential. Available now.
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