New 1903 Collection From Harley-Davidson

Inspired from the simple, humble beginnings of the Harley-Davidson Motor Company in 1903 this new collection is born from the spirit of the H-D legacy infused with modern day technology and custom features. The 1903 Collection will continue to expand in the changing seasons. A few examples:

Constructed of lightweight cowhide, each of the Men’s Master Distressed Slim Fit Leather Jacket (P/N 98003-18VM, $395*) and the Women’s Wild Distressed Leather Biker Jacket (P/N 98017-18VW, $375*) are one-of-a-kind with a wax finish that is tumble dried and hand-sanded for a rough-and-tumble, vintage look.

Motorcycle jackets are as important to H-D as the road itself, so each jacket has unique treatments, precise laser-etched graphics and natural variations that add character to the jacket with every use. The natural variations and hand-finishing add to the truly authentic look and softer feel of the jacket. Its polyester taffeta lining, zippered cuffs and underarm grommet vents are matched with one horizontal interior pocket, a snap-down biker collar and studded snap epaulets.

The rare vintage “Oak Leaf” graphic makes an appearance on the Men’s Oak Leaf Plaid Slim Fit Shirt (P/N 99010-18VM, $85*). From the soft French terry hoodie to the pre-washed, hand-scuffed edges on the flannel shirt, great textures, authentic style and details cut across generations. Pre-loaded with worn and faded touches, both are available in S – 3XL sizes with a Slim Fit that is narrower throughout.

The new 1903 Collection is available in most Harley-Davidson dealerships and also available online at H-D.COM/1903

3 Responses to “New 1903 Collection From Harley-Davidson”

  1. 1 Roberto Nov 17th, 2017 at 2:18 pm

    A small logo on the front or sleeve is tasteful. These are bill boards and tacky.

  2. 2 Guzzigreg Nov 18th, 2017 at 8:09 am

    What HD does best is market the foreign made crap with HD logo!

  3. 3 Chris Nov 22nd, 2017 at 2:34 pm

    I get the appeal of “distressed leather” as it gives the insecure some perceived protection from exposing him/herself to ridicule for not being a committed saddle jockey or whatever the source of said insecurity is. I get it. That said, it’s usually pretty obvious that the jacket’s wear is inauthentic and it fails to achieve the supposed intended goal of somehow bolstering one’s biker credibility.

    Whether your jacket is shiny or worn, your bike has 1000 miles on it or 100,000, I really don’t care. Just don’t be a dick and be true to yourself. That goes a heck of a lot further towards earning respect than does wasting a bunch of dough trying to convince folks that you “belong.”

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