“Oh how beautiful to fall to give you flight,
To die to give you life, to rest under your sky;
And in your enchanted land forever sleep.” – Dr. Jose P. Rizal.

To commemorate the selfless sacrifices made by the Philippine’s National Hero, Dr. Jose P. Rizal, RZL Clothing, in collaboration with WIP, has come up with a cap design called “MALAYA”, meaning “FREE” in Tagalog. This limited edition piece pays tribute Dr. Rizal, considered to be one of the greatest Malayans who ever lived for his contributions to the field of medicine and his influence in creating a Filipino national identity that sparked the Philippine’s revolution against the Spaniard occupation. While Rizal did not physically plan the revolution, his words (followed by his death) inspired Filipinos to fight for their freedom. Dr. Jose P. Rizal serves as an inspiration to this nation and to RZL Clothing and WIP – brands that are proudly Filipino.



The RZL “Malaya” fitted cap features a great graphic interpretation of Dr. Rizal created by the team at RZL Clothing . The front logo is in 3d embossed embroidery and has representations of doves caged in trying to break free. The left side has the embossed WIP crown logo in mustard and olive green. The rear end of the fitted cap has the detailed “flagship” logo that plays with the arrangement of the Philippine Flag’s stars and sun. The most notable detail of the piece is found on the bill. The intricate and highly unique camouflage dove pattern printed on polyester represents the Philippine’s fight and flight towards freedom, and Rizal’s ‘camouflaged’ way of inspiring people through embedding heavy and meaningful symbolism in his many literary works.


This cap is limited to 150 pieces available online exclusively at RZL Clothing.

Send them a private message or contact them at 0999-409-74-87. For shipping, you can pay thru BDO (PM them for the account details), Western Union or LBC.

Get it now for P1550 (inclusive of shipping)!

“Walang mang-aalipin kung walang paaalipin.”  (There are no tyrants if there are no slaves)
José Rizal, El Filibusterismo

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