Everyone knows the Tisza shoe, but we have our own denim, too!
In the socialist era, everyone wished for jeans, but it was a privilege of the west. So we made our own jeans brand, the Trapper: the Hungarian Trapper was a response to the capitalist Levi’s in the socialist era.
Nowadays it’s just a small family business, but it still has the same two styles since 1978 (straight and beetroot). It denies fast fashion and low quality, but is still much cheaper than a famous brand (and I still cannot kill my own Trapper jeans, and I’ve had them for years.)
Sándor Nádasi, the manufacturer and merchant, makes the material for the pants with the patterns he designs. (Urban legend: it’s said its pattern was created by copying a Swiss brand called “Bob”). For Mr. Nádasi, the quality is much more important than the money.
They have plaid shirts too, so if you are a lumberjacksexual, this is your place.