Replica jerseys of your favorite Philippine Basketball Association teams starting with Barangay Ginebra, Alaska Aces, San Miguel Beermen and the Magnolia Hotshots are now available for sale thanks to World Balance.
The first collection will be made available in select World Balance stores and online via Lazada and Beebeelee. It features a cool line of replica playing jerseys that highlight the well-known players from the four teams.
What makes the jerseys special is that they are made using the full sublimation process, making the apparel look and feel almost close to what the teams are using during the games, something that the fans will surely wear comfortably on and off the court.
More than just for die-hard fans, the collection is a great way to show “Pinoy Pride” and develop a sense of fellowship among basketball fans here and abroad.
The full collection, which is expected to be prized collectors’ items in the future, will include the rest of the teams and will be released soon. These will be perfect gifts for friends, workmates and relatives.
The first wave of the PBA x World Balance replica jerseys is available now while the second wave will be made available in the second half of the year.
What began 40 years ago as a local footwear and apparel retailer – CHG Global Inc., with its flagship brand World Balance – has grown to become one of the country’s most respected companies bringing forth enduring home-grown brands here and abroad.
For more information, like and follow the World Balance Facebook page at www.facebook.comworld or visit their website at www.worldbalance.com.ph.
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