Tap the Tour des Terroirs Apron
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Introducing the Tap the Tour des Terroirs chef apron by Atelier TB, a special collaboration with the Terroirs. This unique apron is made entirely in France, in the Vosges region, and part of the income from each sale is donated to the association.
Crafted with 100% natural cotton, this baby tablier comes in a stylish navy blue fabric, with weaving, cutting, assembly, and embroidery all made in the Vosges for a truly authentic Made in France product. The pressure pimples system on the neck braid allows for the best possible adjustment of the apron's length, while the logo embroidery of Le Tour des Terroirs in the center of the bib adds a touch of elegance to this professional chef apron.
Not only is this apron a stylish addition to any kitchen, but with the acquisition of this apron, you are also supporting the French association Le Tour des Terroirs. This association values and federates actors who are passionate about eating well. For every sale of this apron, €15 is donated to the Turn of the Terroirs.
Shop this bib apron for women or men and take your cooking game to the next level. With its convenient pockets and durable construction, it's the perfect kitchen apron for any home cook or professional chef. Order yours today and join the movement to eat well, while wearing the best chef aprons available in the market!
Do you want to get to know the people behind the making of our pieces? We present them to you a little below . a little below . .
Know-how kept in good hands.Here is the team behind the manufacture of our products.
Élodie takes care of the cutting of the fabrics, Sophie manages the sewing, the hems or even the laying of the pockets when Sandrine checks that no thread protrudes from the embroidery.
And all these steps take place under the expert eye of our production managers Cathie and Pauline.
This is how more than 53 passionate little hands work every day to reinvent the French textile industry in our Spinalien workshop.