For proponents of motorcycle-savvy culture, the long-running history of rough and rugged two-wheeled platforms is steeped in immortality. Although each generation fosters its own brands, startups, and builders, iconic companies like Triumph Motorcycles — which are celebrating over 100 years of tested production — are transcendental. Now, the company’s New York branch, Triumph Brooklyn, and the nostalgic clothing proprietor, Left Field NYC, have joined forces for a nostalgic collection.
The Triumph Brooklyn x Left Field collection boasts a handful of attire that pays homage to the spirit of motorcycling and includes everything from socks, jackets, and hats, all the way to minimalist offerings like patches and t-shirts. With a focus on American workwear’s historical relevance within the motorcycling community, the inclusion of premium-sourced denim provides the perfect foundation for the collection’s standout pieces, the Muleskinner Jacket and Dust Bowl Shirt. Both Deadstock Cone White Oak Selvedge Denim and Neppy Loose Weave Denim have been implemented into each, alongside Scovill Brass Pick and Shovel buttons, triple-needle felled stitching, and green bartacks that pay homage to the most prolific workwear designs from the 1940s. Check out the rest of the collection on Triumph Brooklyn’s website.
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