These are my pair of Black TechArtisans. They were a big hit at Code Mode and among my Czech Ultimate Frisbee friends. As a result I have depleted my supply of some of the fabrics seen here. However, I can make a pair that look and feel great with slightly different fabrics and without the rounded shapes on the legs.
I still have the densely woven cotton fabric I used for the back and knee that I imported from NYC. It has been common to replace the striped shiny fabric you see between the back and side panels with gray. Of course if you come to my flat near Andel (Plzenska 107), you can make a selection from my collection of fabric.
These are Jason TechArtisan trousers. As a fellow ex-pat Jason took up my offer to build in the suggestion of a czech flag on the hip. It symbolizes their origin of course. 90% of the fabric in his pair is manufactured in Czech. I cut the fabric in my flat and the sewers live in Prague as well. Even the snaps and zippers were made in Prague. They are about as Czech as can be.
As with the older StageWorker model the TechArtisans feature a highly functional pocket system that expands into the leg of the pant keeping your stuff close to your body. You can see the small inner pocket holding my phone in this picture. I can customize the size of this pocket to fit any size gadget or wallet at no extra cost.
This Rust colored pair was also quite popular at Code Mode. Fortunately, I have a good supply of all the materials for this pair so you can order an identical pair today. It takes about three weeks to make a pair and we make several a week. You pay a 1000Kc deposit and pay a further 1200Kc when they are finished.
My preferred mode of transportation in Prague is bicycle. In fact my imaginations of these trousers grew out of my need for riding clothes. The knees allow for full articulation. This makes them perfect for all sorts of physical activity. I used the heavy cotton fabric from Svitap to make sure that contact points do not wear out or tear under stress.
These are my Pair of Light Blue TechArtisans. I chose to use one of my favorite fabrics for the strip material. It is a brown viscose with a heavily textured block pattern. Nothing tops its brilliance and durability. The rest of the leg panels are made from what is probably recognizable as tent fabric. It is a sturdy cotton weave with the feel of a light canvas.
Prague winters are long and dark. As a result I do a lot of night cycling. I added some reflectors to this pair to make such nocturnal journeys a little less dangerous. If you are a cyclist too, I would be more than happy to add such reflectors pretty much anywhere you like on your own pair. I will add them at no extra cost.
This Smakal pair of TechArtisans are like Jason but with an Art Nouveau wave pattern on the viscose stripe between the panels. You can control how loud your trousers are to others on the street. With textured patterns and only slight color differences in materials you can communicate a subtle sophistication that only deepens upon closer inspection.
This detailed shot of the textured fabrics I like to use also shows a close up of the front pockets. They are deep enough to sink your hands into and keep your stuff safe. However, they do not compromise the fitted look around the hips. These trousers are relaxed but not to the point where you come off looking like you live on the street.
These are an exciting first pair of TechArtisans for Richard. By stopping by my flat he was able to choose fabric from my collection and customize his own design. That is exactly what I hoped my business would become. My work is all about serving the originality and creativity of anyone and everyone. I invite you to invent clothing to celebrate your own individuality.
The last feature I will describe here are the small hip pockets. They are sewn into the tough brown fabric of the seat of these TechArtisans. I find them extremely useful for holding my keys and measuring tape. They are perfect for any small tool, flash stick or component that you would like to keep especially handy. The leg pockets are for security these are for convenience.