Surf & Moto Culture Collide In This Roland Sands x Hurley Apparel Collection

Oct 24, 2019

Category: Style

Hurley has been a staple of the surf industry for decades at this point. And Roland Sands Design has solidified themselves amongst the greats in the world of motorcycles. And now, these two iconic brands have teamed up for a unique apparel collection they’ve called the Moto Beach Collection.

Comprised of ten individual pieces, this collaboration beautifully combines aspects of both the motorcycle and beach culture. For sunny days by the water, they’re offering a pair of handsome board shorts alongside a trio of tees. But when the weather gets a bit chilly or when it’s time to ride home, they’ve also crafted a handsome pair of DWR-finished pants, both a trucker hat and a beanie, and a pair of jackets that look good in just about any venue. And they’re all thoughtfully and beautifully branded with Hurley x RSD iconography. Prices start as low as $30 and go up to $160 for the most premium pieces.

Purchase: $30+

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