Do you have what it takes to beat the Rockstars?

Do you have what it takes to beat the Rockstars? Show us what you got on March 4-5 at The Villages at Global Clark Pampanga Philippines.



24 Teams:
16 Open
8 Womens

*minimum of 15 players per team

Send your bids and inquiries to:


MARCH 4-5 2017

The Villages at Global Clark, Pampanga Philippines
The Villages at Global Clark on Facebook


Tournament Fee:

Early bird until January 31, 2017:

₱ 2,800.00 per player

After January 31, 2017:
‎₱ 3,500.00 per player


Package includes:

2 Days of non-stop world-class Ultimate

Tournament kit:
  • Event jersey
  • Boon tech bag
  • Goodies from sponsors
Lunch for 2 days
Lechon Dinner
Saturday Night Party
Sunday Hang-out Party


Product Spotlight: Raglan Cut Jerseys


One of the low-key and underrated Boon products is the Raglan Cut Jerseys

Made with the same lightweight and moisture wicking fabrics Boon fans are familiar with, the Raglan Cut jersey gives you more freedom especially in the shoulders giving you unrestricted range of motion for that high overhead move.

Try it out by specifying your choice in the Order page. See you out there!

Club Season #‎FlashSale !

2016 Club Season

Are you looking to wear some breathable, lightweight and superior quality uniforms for this year’s Club Season?

10% off for the first 10 teams!

  • Minimum of 20pcs (You may mix your order with jerseys and shorts)
  • Design should be submitted to us as final (We will show you a digital sample of your design on our template)
  • Order form and design deadline is on June 20, 2016. (We will provide an order form and design template)
  • Full-Sublimation short sleeve and long sleeve jerseys, tank tops, sleeveless, reversible tank tops and shorts. (No additional fees for numbers, names and logos)
  • Turnaround time is 4 weeks. (Shipping fee to be shouldered by your team)


Drop us a line at to learn more details.

Instagram: @boontechnicalclothing
Twitter: @boontc

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Boon Technical Clothing and Bay Area Disc Association reach breakthrough partnership


From Bay Area Disc Association

We are proud to announce a breakthrough sponsorship deal with Boon Technical Clothing! Their generous contributions will help Bay Area Disc Association expand its youth programs all around the Bay Area.

In addition to being Bay Area Disc’s official apparel sponsor, Boon is the official jersey provider of the American Ultimate Disc League.

Aldwin Ibanez, the Founder of Boon Technical Clothing, says:

“First, we would like to thank Bay Area Disc Association for the privilege of partnering with them. The programs that they have for the community are really honing ultimate’s development from ground up. It’s an honor to work with a local organization like them in spreading the spirit of the game on and off the field. It goes with our company’s mission and vision to support everyone to achieve their dreams through sports. And that dream starts with the youth, the future generation.”

Please join us in thanking Boon for supporting the growth of Ultimate Frisbee in the Bay Area!

Source: Bay Area Disc Association Facebook Page

AUDL Partnership Continues for 2016


2016 is going to be an exciting year for Boon and professional Ultimate as we gear up for another season with AUDL!


For the second consecutive season, Boon Technical Clothing will operate as the official jersey supplier for all 26 AUDL teams. Specializing in customizable performance-based activewear, Boon is set to upgrade its production process in 2016 while continuing to provide low-cost, high-quality athletic clothing.

“One of our goals as a company for 2016 is to improve all of our products,” said USA Operations Manager John Larracas. “That means investing more time and effort on product development and customer service to make sure customers have a lasting experience from inquiry to receiving their orders.”

What began in 2007 as a two-man operation between founder Aldwin Ibanez and a single seamstress, Boon has grown into an international sportswear presence in the past two years. A former national team caliber climber, Ibanez struggled to stay at peak performance due to increasing cost demands and a lack of sponsorships to help offset those costs. Ibanez’s experience as an ambitious athlete without much financial support helped him create a business in Boon that strives to provide top quality sports apparel at a price any participant can afford.

“The company wanted to break the notion that if a jersey is made with excellent quality, then it must be expensive,” Larracas said in an interview with Get Horizontal earlier this year.

In 2014, the Philippines-based company decided to expand operations to better align itself as an international brand in the ultimate community. Larracas directed Boon’s creation of an office in California to meet the increased demand for their products in the United States.

“Having a presence in California added new dimension in the structure of our international merchandising market,” Larracas said. “It has been instrumental in our collaborative efforts to expand the game internationally.”

The investments Boon has made to grow their own company — as well as to promote the sport at large across all divisions — made them a natural ally and partner for the AUDL.

“We ask a lot of our official uniform supplier – we need nearly 800 player kits delivered in a two month window to ensure that all teams are ready for opening day. This includes any last minute additions or alterations,” said AUDL Commissioner Steve Gordon. “In 2015 Boon met and exceeded all of our expectations. Not only do they help our business, they are devout ambassadors for the game of ultimate we want to see. We are happy to have them back for a second year.”

And for Boon and its employees, that happiness is shared.

“The partnership with the AUDL has been a huge impact to our company,” Larracas said.

“To see [players and fans] wear it on and off field makes the whole experience.”

The Boon Story

Boon Technical Clothing started out as a two-man operation with founder Aldwin Ibanez and just one seamstress. In 2007, Boon began supplying limited-edition t-shirts and athletic apparel, primarily to sport climbers. The company experienced rapid growth as it caught on with the burgeoning running scene, providing jerseys and singlets for the many running events in the Philippines. From time to time, it also produced custom-made jerseys for local ultimate (more popularly known as Frisbee) teams.

In 2014, Ibanez partnered with fellow athletes John Larracas and Joseph Manzano, with the goal of bolstering Boon’s presence in the international ultimate scene. Focusing on providing customized, full-sublimated jerseys at highly competitive prices, Boon has since supplied jerseys to teams in such countries as Singapore, Japan, Australia, and Sweden. In 2015, the company became the official outfitter of the American Ultimate Disc League, the fastest growing professional ultimate disc league in North America.

More than merely producing sports apparel, Boon seeks to stay true its name by helping out those in need. A former national athlete, Ibanez understands the struggle of fellow athletes who are gifted, but who don’t have the means to compete here and abroad. Boon has thus made it a thrust to support deserving athletes, giving them the resources needed to showcase their talents in various competitions.