For the last few decades, Harley-Davidson’s motorcycle gear and apparel division has been responsible for a significant portion of the MoCo’s annual revenue, accounting for nearly one-fifth of the several billion dollars generated by the Milwaukee marque. And though the black and orange brand already produces a wide range of gear for their cruiser bikes, the introduction of Harley’s first adventure bike meant the company was in need of a new collection of adventure riding gear. So, rather than attempting to develop their own gear from scratch, H-D turned to the experts over at REV’IT! to collaborate on a new capsule collection of riding gear for the new Pan America.
Sharing the same rugged and adaptive properties as Harley’s new adventure bike, the collection is anchored by two ADV touring suits. The first is the “Grit,” a highly versatile jacket and pant using a three-layer construction comprised of a PWR ripstop shell with 600D reinforcements and safety stitching, a detachable breathable and waterproof Hydratex liner, and a detachable thermal liner. Next is the even more impressive, technically-focused “Passage” jacket and pant — an even more versatile all-weather, all-conditions item with a ripstop PWR outer shell supplemented with stretchable Schöeller C-change and SEEFLEX armor (and a SEESOFT spine protector). There are also matching Grit and Passage gloves, plus special Harley-Davidson-branded Gravel H20 boots. For more info, you can visit the link below.
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