Summer’s almost over but it’s still burning hot outside. So what’s a guy to do when Manila's temperature exceeds 36 degrees?
a. Wear sando in public and look like a tambay (unless of course you’re a basketball star or you're wearing one of those pang-hipster, design-heavy ones )
b. Wear your usual get-up with matching wet underarm stains (Ew!)
c. Stay home and hug your electric fan (Where’s your sense of adventure, man?)
FHM says: None of the above! Instead, go with these bro-approved products that can help you beat the heat while also keeping your swag!
ADIDAS' CLIMACHILL SHIRT
What idol David Beckham is wearing, mga pre, is no ordinary t-shirt. It has 3D aluminum cooling spheres that are mapped to correspond with the body's hot zones, giving the wearer an instant chilling effect. 'Stig!
According to adidas' lab tests, the shirt's material, called titanium "SubZero" yarn, delivers a 36 percent increase in cooling capacity over their older Climacool fabric. Now, that's Iron Man technology that feels comfy.
And it also has a matching shoe line...
ADIDAS' CLIMACHILL SHOES
Aside from its high-tech cooling spheres, the Adidas Climachill shoes has superior ventilation and a highly-flexible midsole that can keep your feet cool amidst the sweltering heat. Goodbye sweaty feet and alipunga!
WRANGLER'S DENIM SPA
Speaking of technology, never have amoy-kulob pants again with this denim line infused with fresh, fruity fragrance and hydrating moisturizers:
Wrangler's Denim Spa collection is the first of its kind to have built-in perfume and skin-nourishing moisturizers. The women's line is also tailored to lift her booty area. Aprub!
WRANGLER'S KEEP COOL COLLECTION
Overly pawisin folks, here's the answer to your prayers:
A pair of heavy-duty authentic jeans that feels presko? Yerp!
The Wrangler Keep Cool Collection has quick-drying Cool Max fabric that absorbs and spreads heat, pulling perspiration away from the skin.
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