The Harley-Davidson X Todd Snyder Apparel Collection
Function Meets Fashion With New Collaboration
Harley-Davidson has just dropped their new apparel collection – and with iconic menswear label Todd Snyder roped into a collab for the reveal (and given access to Harley’s vintage vault), we’re digging the end result.
“The 119-year-old biker brand let Todd Snyder into its archives – a first for Harley-Davidson – to create an apparel collection that embodies the old-school motorcycle racing spirit, with new takes on the classic pieces that helped form shape motorcycle brand as we know it,” imparts the report.
With a plethora of vintage-inspired units such as sweatshirts, lightweight jackets, graphic T-shirts, and coveralls, Harley X Snyder didn’t skip on the nitty-gritties. Features of the collection include embroidered embellishments and textured patches, along with the quality that typically comes hand-in-hand with both brands.
“Harley launched their first catalog in 1912 to sell parts, accessories, and apparel,” Snyder shares in a press release, “and I was really inspired by the technical gear-racing sweaters that reminded me of vintage football jerseys—and the graphics, some which were over a century old and others from The Sixties and Seventies.”