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Blood Red Clothing Opens First Concept Store in Cebu City

Posted on July 20, 2017

Ahoy there! The long wait is over. Sailing-inspired clothing brand Blood Red finally opens its first concept store in Cebu City on July 24 (Monday). While the brand has been sold nationwide through retailers in the Philippines, Hong Kong, Thailand and Canada and via their online store, this is their first standalone concept store, since they started out in 2007. In celebration of this milestone, a big sale will be held on the store’s opening day – with 70% offRead More

Travel Gear Review | Road Testing Blood Red’s 2016 Collection

Posted on May 13, 2016

At the peak of the hottest summer season in the Philippines, Cebu-based sailing-inspired clothing brand Blood Red launches their 2016 Collection, which improves on their core product lines like performance swimwear and applies their design principles on newer categories like casual wear, dry bags and dry pouches. For the past two months, I had the opportunity to preview and road-test products from their latest collection to see how they’d weather during my travels around the Philippines and overseas. I’ve worn their clothes while river trekking,Read More

Innovating Watersports Wear: An Interview with the Blood Red Team

Posted on June 1, 2015

Over the past five months I’ve been traveling with watersports wear by Blood Red Clothing, a Cebu-based international brand that’s been creating design-driven and field-tested apparel and gear inspired by the sport of sailing since 2007. Having worn their products during various water-based activities from canyoneering to scuba diving to wakeboarding, I’ve been repeatedly impressed not only by their aesthetic appeal, but most especially to the attention to detail they invest in their clothing to make them more convenient and worry-free to wear (read my productRead More

Travel Gear Review | Blood Red Watersports Wear

Posted on February 16, 2015

This is my product review of water sports apparel and swimwear by Blood Red Clothing. I received free merchandise from the company for writing this review. “We have to swim to shore,” our boatman instructed us as our outrigger failed to anchor closer to shore due to the low tide and powerful surge. Without a moment’s hesitation, I jumped right into the water, as I came ready to get wet and wild, dressed confidently in a brand-new rash guard and pair ofRead More