The Tapio Jeans are our regular slim-fit jeans with a tapered leg from the knee down.
The Tapio 1968 is a true collector’s item because it is made from the last bits of Cone White Oak fabric. The Cone White Oak Denim Mill was the last operational selvedge denim mill in the United States. It sadly closed its doors in 2017 after a 112-year operation.
The Tapio Rigid is made from a beautiful, clean surface red selvedge Cone White Oak denim fabric. The Tapio 1968 jeans are made by the Canova family who run a denim laboratory in Due Carrare, Italy where they let denim meet couture.
Jessey is 1.91 and wears size 31.
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Europe € 12
U.S.A. € 25
Asia € 25
Rest of The World € 35
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The best way to describe the extraordinary IMJIT factory is to start by saying it is not really a factory. We perceive our facility in Padova as a laboratory, a boiler room where jeans are designed, developed and made. It is the only factory we ever stepped foot in that actually makes haute couture for Parisian and British designers as well as jeans for companies such as Tenue.. It’s this constant clash of cultures as well as their apparent expertise that makes the factory so unique. The laboratory of the Canova family was established in the 1980s, during the true denim Eldorado in the Veneto area.