Imprint Customs celebrates 10th anniversary with a grand eyeball at Metrotent

Wearing a jersey has become the norm for a lot of Filipino motorcycle riders. These jerseys offer a cooler alternative to an actual riding jacket thanks to its air-cool material which a rider would appreciate when riding under the scorching sun or when stuck in traffic.

One of the pioneers that popularized this fashion for motorcycle riders is Imprint Customs, and today marks its 10th anniversary in the business.

Humble beginnings

Imprint Customs celebrates 10 years in the industry image

Imprint Customs pop-up shop at a motorsport event in Clark International Speedway

 

It all started 10 years ago, when Gian Lasam, who’s fresh from college, started a printing hobby in the backyard of their home in Marikina. His father, a motorcycle enthusiast himself, introduced motorcycles to Gian and his siblings when they were very young.

It is for this reason that Gian focused on creating designs and jerseys that are useful to everyday motorcycle riders, where wearing bulky (and hot) riding jackets can be impractical.

Now, 10 years later, Imprint Customs is one of the most sought-after brands in the business and supplies riding jerseys and other lifestyle riding gear to dealers and customers from Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao. Imprint Customs also has its main branch located along Marilaque, in Antipolo.

Get a chance to meet your favorite influencers from cycling, motorsports, and vlogging, as Imprint Customs celebrates its 10th anniversary with a grand eyeball at the Metrotent Pasig. Gates open at 5 PM.