Reggae lovers will always ask, "Yo, pareng Bob! Why did you have to go so soon?"
It's been close to 33 years since Bob Marley succumbed to skin cancer. But his influence can still be felt up to today, thanks to dudes sporting his trademark dreadlocks and radio stations that are still playing his classic hits like "Jammin'" and "No Woman No Cry."
Speaking of his music, it'd be mighty fitting if you'll listen to it using devices designed by his family. "May ganoon?" you might ask. Well, yes. Audio and lifestyle accessory brand House of Marley offers products made by the members of Bob's brood.
Aside from the aforementioned distinction, House of Marley's products are also made from organic and recyclable materials. For example, they use an eco-friendly fabric, called Rewind, which combines materials like reclaimed hemp, organic cotton, and even recyclable water bottles. They also use wood sourced from forests that are constantly replanted with trees. Tree-huggers will be proud!
It goes without saying that these products also have that Rasta vibe. And, best of all, it's available here in 'Pinas! See below, the latest House of Marley products!
Sabay-sabay: "Yah man!"
HOUSE OF MARLEY'S HARAMBE HEADPHONES
Harambe Midnight - P3,699
Harambe Native - P3,699
The Harambe earphones set comes with a 3.5mm gold-plated connector and a durable headband that can withstand bumps and falls. The device is made with recycled aluminum and packs a four-foot, tangle-free braided fabric cord to help prevent those annoying buhol moments.
HOUSE OF MARLEY'S BAG OF RIDDIM PORTABLE BLUETOOTH SPEAKERS
Bag of Riddim - P29,995
Bring back the boombox days with the Bag of Riddim—a bag and Bluetooth speakers in one device! The speakers itself can be wirelessly paired with your mobile devices and will fit snugly into a packaged bag made from the Mother Nature-approved Rewind fabric. Take it with you and share your reggae beats as you walk around like a boss. Just be careful though, manong holdaper might be watching every head bobbing you make.