All TAFFER products are produced in Finland as sustainably as possible. By producing our products in Finland nearby us we can make sure they meet the standards we expect them to meet. We can also keep our eye on the process and offer jobs to Finnish sewers. Every one of our product goes trough our own hands to the customer. We also use materials that are made in Finland.


Our planet is drowning on waste. Responsible consuming is a very welcome trend that we would like to be a part of. Our production is small and we never make large amounts of products. Most of our clothes are specifically made to a person who orders them. This way we minimize waste and only produce to need. We always design products that last time. Classics are never out of fashion.


All our products are sewed in small Finnish companies owned by the sewers. This way we make sure we pay straight to the sewer and they get the earning they deserve. There’s no middle hands so we can offer the best quality and the best price to our customers. All the training gears and materials for clothes are made in co-operation with Finnish factories.


All the fabrics are made in Middle Finland. The process is very controlled. Our fabrics are made ecologically without any harmful chemicals. By that we are saving the environment and protecting our customers from unnecessary chemicals. The fabrics have Öko-Tex ® standard 100, class II.


By producing our products nearby we get to see different parts of the production all the time. This way we can control the quality and at the same time support Finnish production.

Mass production gives the possibility to produce a lot of products very fast and cheap. The problems with mass production are low quality and the sustainability is fully forgotten. We have chosen to make handmade products. A way where making a great product is more important than making it cheap.

We’ve heard it’s near impossible to make anything in Finland anymore. It is too expensive and requires a lot of hard work. We are determined to prove all this wrong every single day.

Thank you for being part of the journey to #TAFFER tomorrow.