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Ducati Apparel Collection | Apparel

Ducati Fashion Apparel

It can be accurately stated that the world of Ducati spans lifetimes. For over 60 years, the brand has grown, evolved, transformed and reinvented the concepts of speed, technology, and innovation.

It now stands as one of the most seductive and engrossing representations of the modern European sporting lifestyle.

In that regard, Ducati has fashioned a uniquely diverse apparel and accessories collection for both on and off road wear for men, women and children.

Viewed in its entirety, the collection speaks to the history of Ducati-from the 1940s to the present-in the form of vintage logos and designs juxtaposed onto contemporary sportswear and safety gear.

For him, the Panigale fabric jacket offers full breathability; its red, white and green racing stripes pay homage to the Bologna neighborhood of Ducati’s world-renown Borgo Panigale factory.

The ladies’ Monster windproof jacket is also water repellant-a tailored, sexy black-and-white counterpart to the aggressively successful bike series.

Jeans for both men and women bear the logo created in 1998 by designer Massimo Vignelli on the rear pockets, while sweaters, pullovers and t-shirts sport the work of ’70s design empressario Giorgetto Giugiaro.

The unisex historical belts carry over various themes, including the vintage two-winged Meccanica logo from the 1950s, and the children’s shirts, hats and jackets boldly display the Corse symbols of the company that oversees the brand’s sporting activity.

Other notable offerings of the Ducati apparel collection include extensive leather bodywear, gloves, boots, helmets, performance timepieces, sunglasses, luggage, backpacks, and fine writing instruments. The more playful novelties collections include key chains, gym towels, umbrellas, flags and motorcycle miniatures.

The collection is of European origin, with a full range of men’s sizes from 46-64, women’s sizes from 40-50, and for infants and children.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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