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Want these cool Mazda Collection shirts?

Here’s how you can get them and other stuff

These pretty shirts would look good on you, especially if you’re a Mazda vehicle owner. PHOTO FROM FIRST/WE/DRIVE

In November last year, we told you about former Top Gear Philippines colleagues Chad Rosario and Jaykee Evangelista putting up their own car-themed shirt brand called First/We/Drive. They initially offered their products online (mainly via their Facebook page), but then a few companies started commissioning them for exclusive shirt designs.

One of those companies is Mazda Philippines, which asked FWD to develop a lifestyle line dedicated to the Japanese car brand. Called the Mazda Collection, the merchandise features four shirt designs, which are priced as follows:

  • Mazda logo – P650
  • Mazda R360 – P650
  • Mazda Miata – P700
  • Mazda 787B – P700

The designs are also available on hoodies, which sell for P1,500 each.

Shirts and hoodies with Mazda designs on them? We’re sold. Perfect for club meets. PHOTOS FROM FIRST/WE/DRIVE

To make the Mazda Collection a well-rounded assortment of lifestyle products, FWD also rendered the designs on other items:

  • Umbrella – P1,000
  • Tote bag – P750

Our personal favorite is the tote bag, which is made of fine-quality canvas and sized just right.

You should get this R360 tote bag. It is a lot nicer than what its price tag might suggest. PHOTO BY VERNON B. SARNE

Want to purchase these items? You may do so at this weekend’s “Zoom Fest” event at the Big Bear activity area of Bonifacio High Street in Bonifacio Global City. You will recall that this affair was originally scheduled for Father’s Day weekend, but Mazda Philippines had to postpone it due to inclement weather at the time. The annual celebration of all things Mazda, which kicked off yesterday (July 27), will be held until tomorrow (July 29). Admission is free (the Mazda Collection is not).



Vernon B. Sarne

Vernon is the founder and editor-in-chief of VISOR. He has been an automotive journalist for 25 years. He became one by serendipity, walking into the office of a small publishing company and applying for a position he had no idea was for a local car magazine. The rest, as they say, is rock and roll. He writes the column ‘Spoiler’.



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