Harley-Davidson has some dynamic items that have been introduced into their Pink Label Collection; the mission of this apparel line is to increase awareness and raise funds for some great nonprofits. The current Pink Label Collection is benefiting the National Breast Cancer Foundation, the After Breast Cancer Diagnosis, and Young Survival Coalition; to date, more than $1 million dollars have been donated. With the 2015 collection, the vast majority of the garments are well constructed and great for today’s lady riders.
The Women’s Pink Label Logo Tank has its base color in the signature Harley black with the iconic bar and shield logo printed on in pink. It is available in sizes Extra Small up through 2XL. It is 95% cotton and 5% spandex to give you a little wiggle room for the ultimate fit. This shirt is a ribbed tank and the hem is rounded which makes it nice so that it doesn’t stretch out while riding your bike. This great tank will work well under many different tops and jackets. At just $30, it is highly recommend and it is available in participating dealerships and online; part number 99124-16VW.
The Pink Label Scroll Tank also features 95% cotton with 5% spandex, rounded hem, and printed graphics. It’s price point is also $30 and it’s a great weight and the material is the perfect thickness. This tank is a must and adds a great splash of color beneath tops and jackets; part number 99122-16VW.
When it comes to thickness, don’t look at the Women’s Pink Label Embellished Tee for warmth during the colder months. If you are wearing this shirt indoors and you have got the absolute perfect body, then I highly recommend investing $35 on it. However, if you are a lady that actually rides your motorcycle, I cannot recommend this shirt unless you are wearing a jacket over it. Harley-Davidson describes this shirt as having the, and I quote, “softest jersey” fabric. That being said, it’s 50% poly, 38% cotton, and 12% rayon jersey tissue. The bar & shield logo is printed on the front in metallic chrome and the logo is my favorite part because I love glossy chrome. However, from a female rider’s perspective, shirts like this cannot be exposed to the elements. The wind will wreck havoc on the neckline if this top is worn while riding a bike without a jacket covering it up as it is going to stretch out the neckline in no time flat. And I know this is going to make me sound like a prude, but I’ve never been a fan of the scoop neck when it comes to riding. Maybe it’s the Texas girl in me, but when you think of the heat and wind hitting that thin skin over your upper chest, you just want to protect it so it stays gorgeous for the times when it really matters. My recommendation on this shirt is to always wear it indoors so that both you and the shirt always look great. To order this top, use part number 99119-15VW.
For great warmth when running around this winter, turn to the Women’s Pink Label Hoodie as it’s practical yet has a nice element of bling to it. Featuring 60% cotton and 40% polyester baby French terry, this soft hoodie is a nice medium weight which will make it easy to wear around. The front is zippered and there is a lined drawstring hood. And the lovely bling is courtesy of the sequin graphics on the left chest and back. The price on this is $85 and initially I felt this was a touch too high; however, given that it’s practical outerwear for the colder months, I believe you will get a fair return on investment if you use this as your go-to cover up for running around. It can be found at participating dealerships or ordering online using part number 99106–15VW.