Harley Davidson and Neighborhood Collaborate For Limited Edition Collection
The streetwear brand and motorcycle legend have teamed up for an electrifying collection.
Legendary motorcycle maker Harley-Davidson and renowned streetwear brand Neighborhood have teamed up for a limited edited collaboration that launched on November 19.
The collaboration fuses the heritage logos of both brands all with motorcycle culture-inspired style and a perfect touch of streetwear styles’ signature ease and comfort.
The collection is comprised of sweatshirts, long sleeves t-shirts, short sleeve t-shirts, a lightweight racing jacket, and a handful of accessories like hats, mugs, and a sticker pack. All of which feature both brands’ logos with the addition of lightning graphic details and skeletons prints.
Highlights from the collection include the racing jacket and the lightning bolt tee. The racing jacket is crafted from a durable, high-density cut of SOLOTEX® polyester twill with an anti-static polyester taffeta lining. It features a snap-tab stand collar, rib-knitting for added comfort and wearability, and front hand-warmer pockets with a secure zipper closure; plus, it’s adorned with a bold skeleton appliqué and branding that honors these two icons.
The lightning bolt t-shirt is a comfortable shirt crafted from heavyweight all-cotton jersey for long-wearing comfort and durability with a rib-knit neckline to help keep its shape, sticking true to Harley Davidson’s roots as racing, work, and biking gear. The best part of the look is the feature of the electrifying lightning graphics coupled with branding from two powerhouses.
This pairing of Neighborhood and Harley Davidson might seem out of the blue, but it actually makes a lot of sense. Neighborhood started in 1994 in Tokyo, Japan, and was originally conceived as part of founder Shinsuke Takizawa’s motorcycle enthusiast interests.
Neighborhood’s mix of luxury construction standards and classic utilitarian and subculture aesthetics made the brand a cornerstone of modern streetwear. Both of them share a common interest of motorcycling and a common focus on craftsmanship and fashion.
The collaboration is already for sale on both of the brand’s websites plus was available for purchase at a combined booth at ComplexCon.