The company is dead set on emphasizing its French origins, therefore it has adopted its references as a producer of sporting goods and has committed to eco-friendly design.
Violette Dorange does not try to conceal her resolve as she begins the opening round of Figaro Solitaire, but she does so with a smile. The young sailor from Charente has already won the French championships, competed in the Mini Transat, and now has his sights set on competing in the Vendée Globe. He is only 21 years old. A promising energy that has not escaped the notice of TBS, of which she is the new ambassador, joining Francois Gabart, who has been the muse of the brand for 10 years and is the signature of a capsule collection that is highly inspired and coherent. Should we observe the witness as they leave the room?
Rather, it is the translation of the goals that this French brand has set for itself since 1978 when it first began its ascent. It has its “feet on the ground” (the acronym TBS stands for synthetic clay, recalling credibility in the world of tennis), it looks towards the horizon while remaining rooted in the heart of Maine-et-Loire, where an increasing number of eco-sourced and recyclable models are designed, and it looks forward to the future.
In addition, the vast majority of its production is executed in Jarzé, more specifically in the workshops owned and operated by the Éram family group…
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