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Tuesday 22 October 2019


Highway 21 Apparel New Fall Collection

Boise, Idaho based HardDrive has unveiled new products in its Highway 21 apparel program. "Meticulous research meets classic design for Highway 21's all-new fall collection, featuring some of the most feature-rich products ever released by the brand. 
"Tested by riders throughout the country, Highway 21's new products are the perfect blend of highly functional rider apparel that looks as good on a bike to walking through the city."

The Murtaugh jacket is proof that "you can have classic styling with the modern features that are needed in today's world."  This 100% cowhide leather police-style jacket features a large concealed carry d-pocket, reminiscent of map pockets used by early aviators that allows for ample storage and easy access.  To increase maximum adjustment possibilities for the rider, the Murtaugh features a fully removable leather belt with a keyring-snapped belt loop to keep it secure.

The Motordrome jacket is "an homage to America's first motorcycle boardtrack race complex, constructed in Los Angeles in 1910.  This leather jacket stands out against the crowd with diamond stitched accents and dual chest vent pockets for added storage."  The Motordrome features a removable thermal liner and a generous concealed internal carry pocket.

"The popular Marksman flannel is back in an all-new colorway for the fall season.  This soft, 8 oz cotton flannel is the perfect blend of style and function, featuring removable CE shoulder and elbow armor with aramid fiber reinforced panels in addition to a removable, perforated back PE armor."
The company says that "Highway 21 is more than just a name or pavement that twists and rolls through the Rocky Mountains. It's an insight into the eye of the craftsman; it's the hard work, the sweat and the blood that it takes to build true character. It's not just one thing, it's everything that it takes in the quest of perfection - no styling detail is too small, and no aspect of safety is overlooked."