AdidaNike or Nikadidas

We know that yes Kobe first endorsed Adidas. That was up to Kobe’s earlyNBA years. He later crossed-over to Nike. It was a nice business move by Kobe Bryant. Kobe & Nike have churned out some great shoes. But there are folks who want Kobe to not only wear and promote Nike. They want Adidas still. So no problemo, make a Mamba Nike-Adidas hybrid t-shirt! Hehehe

Larry L3G3ND

A unique t-shirt giving tribute a unique player. The LARRY LEGEND t-shirt. White and black prints in Boston green.

There are once in a a lifetime players, then there’s Larry Bird. The one the only.

Magic said, “Larry, there will never, ever be another Larry Bird.

We say, “there will never, ever be another Larry Bird t-shirt like this.”

Grab one now. Or three.

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Jesus Ventura Tee, para kay Sisa!

Jesus Ventura t-shirt, pambabae.

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Jesus Dizzy Ventura T-shirt

The artist formerly known as Jesus DIZZY Ventura is...

Ely Buendia.

So, for Ely fans, this tee design is must-have.

Visit s-cred.com to buy.

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Nike+ Fuelband

New York, New York (January 19, 2012) – NIKE, Inc. (NYSE:NKE) announced today the NIKE+ FuelBand, an innovative wristband that tracks and measures everyday movement to motivate and inspire people to be more active. Activities can now be measured through a new metric called NikeFuel: the more active you are, the more NikeFuel you earn.

NIKE, Inc. President & CEO Mark Parker unveiled NIKE+ FuelBand at an event in New York attended by seven-time Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong, Oklahoma City scoring champion and all-star Kevin Durant and 2011 IAAF women’s 100-meter World Champion Carmelita Jeter.

“The NIKE+ FuelBand is a way for Nike to further evolve the exciting possibilities of merging the physical and digital worlds,” said Parker. “Nike has always been about inspiring athletes, and the NIKE+ FuelBand will help motivate them in a simple, fun and intuitive way.”

Designed to be worn throughout the day, the ergonomic, user-friendly NIKE+ FuelBand uses accelerometry to provide information about different activities through movement of the wrist via a LED dot matrix display. Four metrics are available: Time, Calories, Steps and NikeFuel. Unlike calorie counts, which vary based on someone’s gender and body type, NikeFuel is a normalized score that awards equal points for the same activity regardless of physical makeup.

Users set a daily goal of how active they want to be, and how much NikeFuel they want to achieve. The NIKE+ FuelBand displays a series of 20 LED lights that go from red-to-green as the user gets closer to their goal. The FuelBand syncs with the Nike+ website through a built-in USB, or wirelessly through Bluetooth to a free iPhone app, to record activity and track progress every day. The app interface also provides encouragement and motivation as goals are achieved.

Armstrong said, “What’s great about the idea of NikeFuel and the FuelBand is the way it provides real information and numbers to show how much people are doing all day, every day. That’s what will get people challenging themselves to do more and better their own scores. It’s a tool to get people more active.”

“NikeFuel means everyone can get recognition for activities they do,” said Durant. “It provides a scoreboard for your day and gets everyone moving.”

Jeter said, “You don't have to be an elite athlete to appreciate how NikeFuel can motivate you. It’s an easy way to get credit for activities and compare how you do with others, even if you take part in different sports.

The Nike+ Fuelband will be available to US residents for pre-order starting January 19th (5pm US Eastern Standard Time) at Nikestore.com for a suggested retail price of US$149.

To use Nike+ FuelBand, the following is needed:
• A Macintosh or PC with built-in USB. Mac OS v 10.4 or later, Windows 7 or Windows Vista (SP2) or Windows XP (SP2)
• Internet access. Broadband is recommended.
• Optional mobile app available in the iTunes App store; for updates on compatible mobile devices, visit Nikeplus.com

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Esquire Philippines Magazine

I have three Esquire Philippines mags... Pacman, Iza and MVP covers and I must say, Esquire is one of the best mags in the Phils.




No practice makes imperfect portrait

After a year of no chracoal job, wasnt able to do an exact copy of the photo.

Lemme do this again this month. Same pic, with more time and right gamit, dammit.

Happy New Year!

This is certainly one big fireworks package that didn't do its job up in the air. It landed on our swing and fireball ensued. Neighbors told us, it was one big & tall fire that needed lotsa of water. Imagine if this landed on your car. Next year, try torotot please.

Kobe Bryant Philippine Jersey

A replica of what Kobe Bryant wore during the Smart Ultimate All-star Weekend...