Don’t Blame the Kids and GOMO Team Up for an Exclusive Collection


January 27, 2021
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The #ChargeForward collab drops January 30



Don’t Blame the Kids has a long, colorful history of collaborations; and the homegrown lifestyle brand likes to keep it diverse. Its most recent team-up certainly is proof of that.


In an exciting and unexpected collaboration, DBTK has chosen to kick off 2021 with GOMO, the country’s first fully digital telco brand. It may look like an unlikely tandem, but they pretty much echo the same sentiment. DBTK continues to own its space in the local streetwear scene, dedicated to youth culture and espousing the idea of the youth forging new paths. GOMO, in a similar vein, is the youth-oriented disruptor of the telco landscape, hyper-focused on making things simpler for the next generation.


The #ChargeForward collection features three designs: the Charge Tee, Powerhouse Tee and Script Skid Tee. It also comes with an exclusive sticker pack.


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“Together, both GOMO and DBTK believe in empowering today’s youth to keep moving forward and to let nothing stop them in pursuing their passions,” shared the brands in a statement. With the collection, both DBTK and GOMO want to send a clear-cut message: that “no challenge, no setback is too big for them to overcome.”


If GOMO is “awesome rolled in fun and dipped in cool,” then this DBTK collab, we reckon, would make an apt uniform.



The #ChargeForward collaboration drops January 30, Saturday, and will be available online at, in the DBTK flagship at 38-A Shorthorn St, Project 8, Quezon City and the DBTK satellite store in Ronac Art Center, San Juan.


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Art Matthew Ian Fetalver

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