This sweater design with the large Bar & Shield logo dates to among the very first apparel items in 1914.
This shirt faithfully replicates high quality chain-stitch embroidery found in original 1950's club uniform shirts.
The “Silver Wing” began as a pin in 1930, combining the famous H-D logo with wings. Within a year it was a beautiful embroidered patch for caps and sweaters.
The very first apparel item Harley-Davidson ever sold was a racing jersey in 1912, sold in both v-neck and turtleneck styles.
Sold only for two years the two-tone cloth jacket was practical, and the price included club name or emblem applied to the back.
The Enthusiast Magazine is the longest continually published motorcycle magazine, having run from 1916 to 2016. It is better known today as HOG Magazine. First appearing in about 1950, this design of a rider on a Hydra Glide is the first H-D t-shirt to show a motorcycle.
D-Pockets are one of the many functional features added to motorcycle jackets after WWII. The D-Pocket offered more space and an easier one-handed reach.