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Belstaff successfully privatizes bad taste
A brand of once great repute that’s now owned by an Italian fashion label, but still makes some classically-styled, functional bike gear, Belstaff loves putting its products in movies where their timeless appeal can provide a marketable connection to other periods. Those movie tie ins become a problem, however, when the film is adapted from a comic book and the lead character is more likely to w...
25 September 2010
Donate $7 to charity, win $1,700 of gear
Want to win head-to-toe motorcycle gear worth over $1,700 or a scooter outfit worth almost $900? Our friends at Urban Rider are organizing a raffle to give away all the helmets, jackets, boots, gloves and whatnot pictured above. 100 percent of the proceeds will be donated to Homes in Zimbabwe, a registered charity dedicated to helping poor elderly people living in the country. The drawing is July ...
15 June 2010
2010 Pure Motorcycle collection brings Belstaff back to bikes
Thanks to the guys at Urban Rider in London, we're able to exclusively reveal these jackets from the 2010 Belstaff Pure Motorcycle collection. Since its purchase by an Italian conglomerate in 2004, Belstaff's functional safety gear has been hard to find, suffering under a company placing influence on its fashion line. That's changing. Starting with these jackets Belstaff hopes to return to offer...
28 July 2009
Belstaff District Blazer, finally better than Grandpa's
The days of riding to the office looking like an X-Man for the sake of safety may finally be over. The District Blazer from the Belstaff 2009 Pure Rider Blue Label not only offers protection with CE approved built-in armor for shoulders, back, elbows and forearms, the entire shell is made from teflon-coated Dynatec fabric and treated with the new ColdBlack finish. Is it us, or did the wax-cotton T...
19 May 2009
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