TBS The French brand with a nautical look, since 1978
POINTS OF SALE
in France and throughout the world
PAIRS SOLD / YEAR
200,000 shoes manufactured in France
Born from the world of sport, tbs finds its roots in the sailing world. Its playing field? Between land and sea: the nautical style, the coast, the ocean spray…
So many inspirations for this benchmark brand in nautical shoes and clothes.
An essential brand for ready-to-wear, all tbs shoe and clothing collections are designed in France. Expert styling and pattern-making means that every product is designed in line with the brand’s values: authenticity, quality, transmission and nautical inspiration.
With its extensive expertise, tbs produces its hiking line in France, at Jarzé in Maine et Loire and continues to innovate around its ground-breaking injection patent.
Since its creation within the Eram Group in 1978, the brand has been designing shoe collections and its most technical models are for sports like tennis, sailing and water sports. But it also produces more urban designs: Derbies, loafers, boots…
In the early 1990s, its range broadened with the arrival of two lifestyle clothing lines: women’s and men’s casual wear and sportswear, both equally comfortable.
Deck shoes: Globe, Phenis, Pietra and hiking shoes: Brandy, Oxygen, Energy…
The tbs network today has 40 stores, one of which opened in Spain in January 2017. The brand is also present in over 2,000 points of sale around the world.
CELEBRATING 40 YEARS OF EXPERTISE
This year, tbs is celebrating its 40th birthday. For this occasion, the brand is returning to its core, original passions: tennis and sailing, through two exciting collector editions.
With its Birthday Capsule Collection, TBS is taking a new look at timeless designs from the Tennis and Sailing wardrobe. Perfect for fans, these two lines are bright, fresh and full of life. Discover this collector selection in clothes, shoes and accessories for men and women. Over to you!
Heavily involved in the sailing world, tbs has always partnered many competitions and sponsored the greatest skippers such as: Michel Desjoyaux, François Gabart (who in 2017 broke the Le Monde
record for the solo round the world race), Clarisse Cremer (2nd in the 2017 Mini Transat), and Marta Guemes from the Canary Islands.