Harley-Davidson is adding new items to its popular Pink Label Collection, one of the most successful collections of motorcycle riding apparel for women, in the company’s MotorClothes line. A portion of proceeds from the sale of every Pink Label item helps fund the YourShoes 24/7 Support Center, an organization that supports patients and families affected by breast cancer. More than $370,000 has been raised since the Pink Label Collection debuted in 2010.
Here are a few items from the 2012 Pink Label Collection:
Highlighted with a genuine Swarovski crystal inlay graphic on the back, the women’s Pink Label Special Edition Leather Biker Jacket ($495) features rhinestone-embellished custom snaps, contrasting pink leather trim and quilted accents on the front, shoulders, back waist and cuffs. This jacket will be offered in October at most dealerships for a limited time only. Available in women’s sizes XS-3W.
Embroidered graphics with pink rhinestone embellishments add distinctive style to the women’s Pink Label Embellished Leather Jacket ($325). It features body armor pockets, precurved sleeves and zippered side gussets. Available in women’s sizes XS-3W.
The 2012 Pink Label Collection items are available at most Harley-Davidson dealerships. For additional information and to find a dealer, visit Harley-Davidson.com.
4 thoughts on New Pink Label Gear from Harley-Davidson
Where do I purchase either of these jackets??!! Pink Label Embellished Leather Jacket Pink Label Special Edition Leather Biker Jacket
These are from the 2012 Pink Label Collection so it’s likely they are no longer in available if you can’t find them. These are limited edition items they release each year. Visit our latest story here on the Pink Label collection for 2016 to see the most recent additions. There is a link to where to buy at the bottom of that story.
Ugh….duh. Does Harley-Davidson not get women. If that’s pink, they need to go back to school to learn their colors. Until then I will be purchasing elsewhere.Women want color and options! I have no problems shopping around to get what I want. Not what Harley-Davidson has been shoving at men for years! Men buy for status and convenience.
YUK…except for the hat. Just my opinion. They always make women’s coats too darn short and too floozy. Plus, as all of their gear, the prices are over- the-top. I wear a lot of the men’s gear because it is warmer, longer, more durable, and fit me to a “T.”