The G. Maverick Pelle is an interpretation of the classic motorcycle jacket by Dainese, it’s made from top-grain leather and has spaces for elbow, shoulder and back protectors. The 4 front pocket layout is reminiscent of mid-20th century motorcycle apparel design and the fact that it’s made by Dainese means that it’ll outlast Alpha Centauri.
This art deco era Douglass Automatic Pocket Lighter is a beautiful throwback to a time when cigarettes were good for you, hydrogen airships were thought of as a good idea and Charlie Chaplin was the only celebrity with a toothbrush moustache.
The Rad City tee by Scotch & Iron is one of their newer designs, as with all of their tees it’s printed on a high quality 4.3oz 60/40 polycotton blend and has an athletic fit. Scotch & Iron specialises in low-volume, limited edition designs, they’re based in the United States and they’re avid motorcyclists themselves….
This 1969 Lola T70 MKIII B is the descendant of the 1965 Lola T70, a car that was driven by Formula One and motorcycle racing legend John Surtees. The car was designed by Englishman Eric Broadley during his more than 40 years running Lola, Broadley favoured mid-engined chassis and was a great proponent of early aerodynamics…