Breast Cancer Awareness Month Giveaways!

Boots, head wraps and tees up for grabs!

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, an event organized to increase awareness and raise funds for research. At Women Riders Now we know many women who’ve been afflicted with breast cancer, which is why we like to feature companies doing their part to help eradicate this terrible disease and support those affected by it. Below are a few products you can buy to support breast cancer research.

To honor this special month, were giving away two of these products to WRN readers who enter our special Breast Cancer Awareness Month Giveaway, running now through October 31, 2012. Details on how to enter are at the end of the article.

Wraps of Hope and Save the Ta-Tas
Wraps of Hope are fashionable, jeweled headwraps that are not only perfect for women motorcyclists—they’re also perfect for women who’ve lost their hair after undergoing chemotherapy. For every purchase of Wraps of Hope, parent company DesignWraps donates a free wrap to a woman or child who’s experienced hair loss due to illness.
The Red Rhinestone Rose Black Stretch TotalWrap retails for $37.95. The Wraps of Hope Foundation donates hundreds of headwraps like this one each year to cancer foundations and hospitals, including the American Cancer Society and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

DesignWraps also offers a line called Save the Ta-Tas, featuring headbands, beanies, wraps, and tees with the glittery “Save the Ta-Tas” message emblazened on the fabric. The Pink Ribbon Collection features the same merchandise but with a simple pink ribbon on it.

The Black Diamond Save the Ta Tas w/Pink Ribbon White Sleeveless Tank Top ($64) and Black Diamond Save the Ta-Tas w/Pink Ribbon White Stretch HeadBand ($29.95).
The Rhinestone Tri-Pink Ribbon Black Stretch HeadBand and Tee are the second prize in our Breast Cancer Awareness Month Giveaway. See the bottom of the article for details.
DesignWraps donates 10 percent of every purchase of Save the Ta-Tas merchandise to the Save the Tatas Foundation, while 5 percent of every purchase from the Pink Ribbon Collection goes to the Wraps of Hope Foundation. There are lots more designs and styles to browse. Check them out online at
Harley-Davidson’s First “Pink Label” Boot
Harley-Davidson is introducing the first boot to be part of its Pink Label Collection, the Motor Companys apparel and footwear line supporting breast cancer advocacy and support organizations. The Morgan is a simple and stylish performance riding boot, and a portion of the proceeds from each sale will be donated to help fund breast cancer support groups.
The Morgan boot will be available at select Harley-Davidson dealerships nationwide starting in October.

“These boots are a subtle way to show off your support for breast cancer research, with the understated pink accents,” said WRN Editor Genevieve Schmitt. “Id never wear a bright-pink leather boot, but wearing these sturdy black riding boots with delicate pink accents makes me feel that Im doing my part in supporting the cause.”

The boot features a simple pink stitched Harley-Davidson logo on one side and a stamped logo on the sole.
The boots feature a just-high-enough 2.5-inch heel and a 7-inch shaft that covers the ankle. The thick sole will keep you steady on your feet when moving your motorcycle around. For more information and to find a dealer near you, visit

WRN Breast Cancer Awareness Month Giveaway
Download the WRN Contest Rules(will open a PDF)
  • First prize: A pair of Harley-Davidson Morgan Pink Label Boots (the pair featured above!) in either size 8 or size 9. Sorry, but all the rest are in dealerships, so we have just two pairs for one lucky winner to pick from. If you dont wear a size 8 or 9, you can pick from several other styles of Harley-Davidson boots.
  • Second prize:One of the headwraps or headbands from DesignWraps shown in the photos above, and one of the tanks shown in the photos, in your size.
  • Dates: The contest runs from October 1 through October 31.
  • How to Enter: First “Like” our page on Facebook (if you havent already), then fill out the form below. Two winners will be picked at random. Well announce the winners in November.

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31 thoughts on Breast Cancer Awareness Month Giveaways!

  1. Love the save the Ta-Tas! What a great cause!

  2. The boots are a great way to support breast cancer awareness without having a big push on pink.

  3. So glad to see this great cause supported here and by Harley-Davidson! Love all their pink ribbon merchandise.

  4. Let’s keep up this fight! I have worked with two nurses who have fought and won their challenge to live.

  5. Such a good cause, close to all of our hearts. Small pink ways to help everyone remember that it can so easily touch all of our lives.

  6. I lost my close girlfriend. I miss her so much. I’ve had other friends and family members fight this battle and win.

  7. Wonderful article. I lost my sweet sister three years ago. She was so brave, had battled cancer for 13 years, which began with breast cancer and a mastectomy. Her cancer progressed to the lungs, which she fought and won. Was in remission for a few years then it returned to her brain. She fought a brave battle and never lost her faith in God. Through it all she was a trooper and always had a kind word and sweet smile for all she met. I hope one day we can find a cure for breast cancer. It knows no age, race, or creed!

  8. What wonderful products! I’m going too check my dealership if they carry the boots if I don’t win them first!

  9. This subject is near and dear to me since I have to have a breast biopsy for a suspicious lump…

  10. Glad to see you supporting such a great cause!

  11. I think it is wonderful that breast cancer is talked about every where now! I’m cancer free four years now! Thank you everyone for caring enough to spread the word!

  12. I think this is great and so are the products. I myself have been in remission eight months now.

  13. What wonderful products! I hope my dealership is one of the lucky ones to carry the boots if I don’t win them first!

  14. Lost BFF and Mom to Cancer….many other friends and family. And now the volunteer rescue squad I run with is wearing pink gloves in honor of awareness this month!

  15. Love the atricle, lost an aunt to breast cancer which was very long and painful time for her. I give all the time. Thanks for the article and always keeping it in the front of peoples thoughts.

  16. Many women don’t feel like breast cancer can happen to them. Early detection is the key. Take 10 minutes a month to do a self check, and an hour for your yearly mammogram.

  17. I have friends who have lost and won the battle with cancer. Great article.

  18. Fantastic, yeahhhhh Harley. Really like the idea that HD is doing the Pink Label Line. My mother and a great aunt were not survivors, but I am and being affiliated with HD speaks loudly for the cause. Thank You.

  19. Thanks for promoting Breast Cancer Awareness Month! As a survivor, and daughter of a survivor, we appreciate all the awareness. Ride pink!

  20. The article is great! I am a firm believer in early detection and raising awareness through education of women, and doctors about all types of cancers. The motorcycle group that my sister, a friend and I started, The Dangerous Curvz, just held a charity run for the education and awareness of ovarian cancer. It was a great success! Come on ladies, its your bodies! Start asking questions and getting in tune with how yours works. Ride Safe, Ride often, and ride your own!

  21. It heartening to see Harley-Davidson develop the Pink Label line. I lost my mother to cancer 11 years ago, and whole-heartedly support companies like HD by spending my money there.

  22. We have been doing breast dancer fundraisers all year. We started the NW Conga for the Cause and we are doing a flash mod for the cause on October 14, 2012 for cancer awareness. It has been a good year.

  23. I’ve lost several friends from breast cancer. I loved the head wrap. What a great idea and the shirts. I need new boots. I give to every cancer fundraiser in my area.

  24. I have a head wrap. They are great.

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