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Harley-Davidson: New Pink Label Gear

Harley-Davidson Supporting Those Facing Breast Cancer

The new and expanded Pink Label Collection from the Harley-Davidson MotorClothes line offers more than 60 iconic items for riders intent to wear their heart on their sleeves.

A portion of the proceeds from the sale of each Pink Label item is donated to organizations that support people affected by breast cancer, including the National Breast Cancer Foundation’s “Beyond the Shock” program and the Young Survival Coalition. The continued growth of Pink Label Collection sales will result in more than $500,000 donated in 2012.

Here are just a few items from the 2012-2013 Pink Label Collection:

The versatile new Pink Label 3-in-1 Leather Jacket (P/N 98031-12VW, starting at $450) offers women a lightweight cowhide leather jacket with a removable zip-out fleece hoodie featuring extended cuffs with thumb holes, and that can be worn separately. The jacket’s zippered shoulder and back vents complement the power-stretch front panels for maximum comfort. Pockets at the elbows and shoulders accept accessory body armor for added protection. Available in XS – 3W sizes.

For a perfect match, the new Pink Label Leather Chap (P/N 98032-12VW, starting at $295) combines mesh-lined lightweight cowhide leather with adjustable back lacing and stretch fabric at the inner thigh and outer leg.

A custom crystal-embellished medallion highlights the new Pink Label Hybrid Ultra-Light Bling 3/4 Helmet (P/N 98244-12VW, $270). It’s designed exclusively for women with an anti-static liner that interlocks for a custom fit, and that’s removable and washable. Meets DOT requirements and is available in XS – XL sizes.

Produced with quality Italian craftsmanship, the new Pink Label Pink Chrome Eyewear (P/N 98371-12VW, $75) features a metal-hinged frame and UV-blocking, impact-resistant lenses. The distinctive arms feature a black exterior and custom pink interior highlighted with pink chrome details.

Made from 100 percent leather with two zippered pockets, the Pink Label Hip Bag (P/N 99497-10VW, $60) offers snap-hook attachment or a detachable handbag strap. It’s highlighted with a pink crystal rhinestone Bar & Shield.

Items from the expanded 2012-2013 Pink Label Collection are available now at most Harley-Davidson dealerships.

For additional information on Harley-Davidson MotorClothes Apparel and Collectibles, see your local Harley-Davidson dealer or visit harley-davidson.com. To find a dealer near you, call 1.800.LUV.2RIDE in the U.S. or Canada.

 

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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