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Late last year, a much coveted Japanese brand opened it’s doors to the discriminating fashion tastes of the Kagayanons – Bobson (Buh boh soh un) Jeans. Perfected by Toshiharu Ozaki in Japan’s denim capital, Bobson boasts of a solid denim heritage and superior craftsmanship that the Philippine market is set to embrace.
Today’s fashion trend changes constantly and playing up jeans with accessories has become the norm. Most denim lovers are still after the comfort, simplicity and classic style when it comes to their jeans. BOBSON brings us denim sophistication with a fresh and modern approach, something that Filipino fashionistas will definitely fall in love with.
Each BOBSON denim carries with it it’s pure Japanese characteristics. Great attention to details, care and precision are applied to every fiber of denim just like the way Japanese masters crafted their ikebana and origami.
What makes BOBSON stand out from the rest is it’s unique DNA or denim make up. They piece together ergonomic parts to meet different purposes and at the same time ensure comfort and functionality in every denim. BOBSON’s key element is a left hand twill, a kind of weave that ensures comfort like wearing a second skin. With it’s hang loop technology, you get less creases and look polish, neat and classy for long. It also has stitch belt loops and Japanese extended waistband to ensure stronger hold and durability. Wearer can have that freedom of movement without worrying about unintentional exposures.
The Filipino’s discriminating fashion sense has found an equal match in BOBSON’s minimalist, yet comfortable and completely stylish denim line. BOBSON’s unique DNA has indeed stood the test of time and created a niche in the international fashion scene. Anybody who wants to have comfortably, classy and stylish jeans will only have one brand on top of their list, BOBSON. And now you can easily get your hands on a pair at the 1st Level West Concourse, Limketkai Mall, Cagayan de Oro City. Checkout their Facebook fan page too at.