Triumph-motorcycles-industry-news/">Triumph Motorcycles has unveiled a brand new clothing collection for the autumn/winter season. Inspired by the heritage which encapsulates the spirit of riding, the collection will arrive in stores later this month.
Alongside the ever popular gifts, children’s wear and luggage, the new collection includes two new distinctive clothing ranges, ‘Customisation’ and ‘Restore’.
The Customisation collection allows riders to express their own style – both on and off the bike. The range includes a wide array of hoodies, sweatshirts and tees, like the Custom Biker Hoody, retailing at £60, which mixes the classic riding look with comfort for the autumn and winter months. Highlights also include the Custom Riding Jacket, in buffalo leather, with certified Knox armour and monochrome patches, all for just £325.
The Restore range, which takes its inspiration from day-to-day work wear, is ideal for cold afternoons spent with your bike in the garage. The Axel Tee (£28) and Brock Tee (£28) are among several items featuring vintage motorcycle designs to showcase Triumph’s heritage. The Restore Jacket (£210) offers an alternative to leather riding gear, boasting a coated Bristex outer fabric and a waterproof, windproof and breathable fixed Tritex liner as well as removable CE certified Knox armour.
Also new for the autumn/winter collection is an exciting collaboration with iconic British brand Barbour International. The result of the partnership the Triumph Barbour Jacket, available for both men and women, retailing at £320 and £300 respectively. Embracing the traditional tailoring of waxed cotton, combined with the latest removable D30 armour and innovative reflective piping, the stylish and practical jacket is a perfect addition to your riding wardrobe.
The latest range is available from Triumph’s authorised dealer network now. To see the complete clothing collection online, please visit www.triumphmotorcycles.co.uk
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