A second limited-edition collection of Harley-Davidson apparel inspired by Hawaiian resident and Iowa native Jason Momoa has debuted. Featuring designs based on the legendary Knucklehead motorcycle, produced from 1936-47, and the “Wrecking Crew,” H-D’s first factory race team, the clothing line also pays homage to Momoa’s Polynesian and Native Hawaiian roots. The official name is the Harley-Davidson Museum X Jason Momoa 2022 Collection.
Those aforementioned roots figure heavily in the choice of colors, with muted pastels complementing rayon textures and palm frond motifs. And like much of The Motor Company’s apparel, a lot of it looks ride-worn and pre-distressed so you don’t have to waste time distressing it yourself.
Momoa, one of the more relatable stars around, is an enthusiastic motorcyclist. He claims to have bought his first motorcycle, a 1957 Harley-Davidson Panhead, at age 19. It’s probably not a coincidence that the very same year he was discovered as a model, going on to star in Baywatch: Hawaii among other properties. Solid priorities, Mr. Momoa.
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