Nov 24, 2014

Heritage Motorcycle-Inspired Style: Dainese 36060

The thirst for motorcycle-themed apparel is really heavy right now...

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The thirst for motorcycle-themed apparel is really heavy right now in the menswear game. Motorcycles themselves are hot too, and we're seeing iconic brands like Belstaff capitalizing off this convergence of trends. Today we would like to introduce you to a heritage brand from Italy that's aiming to stake its claim in the modern moto-cross pantheon.
The new capsule is called 36060, and it's the zip code of a small Italian village called Molvena where a motorcycle protection company called Dianese was founded in 1972. The company was known and respected for producing the best and most durable functional & technical gear for the world's topmost motor racers.

The new 36060 capsule pays homage to the brand's Molvena roots emphasizing protection & function while melding these technical themes with rugged, vintage style. The line consists of a full range of lifestyle apparel and accessories including: shirts, knitwear, gloves and footwear too. It's worth adding that the lookbook shots above feature Grand Prix motorcylce racing star, Luis Salom. Another major highlight of this new capsule is the undeniable mastery of leather that has accrued over almost four decades of dedicated craftsmanship. As such, shoppers will be exposed to a plethora of unique treatments, finishes and high quality leather grains.

The gear even features added elements of protection like DuPont™ Kevlar® reinforcements and sturdy elbow patches. The pieces retail from $109.95 and $199.95 and outerwear ranges $499.95 to $799.95. Leather and canvas footwear retail between $139.95 and $259.95, and leather gloves start at $69.95.

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