top of page
  • Byron Wilson

Clear Out Your Closet, H-D Collections Apparel Is Coming

Harley-Davidson launches new apparel lines.

The Harley-Davidson Originals line promises to offer “a modern interpretation of the classics.” Harley-Davidson

Harley-Davidson will soon launch H-D Collections, a group of apparel lines aimed at cruiser riders and motorcycle lifestyle enthusiasts alike. The new duds will be available starting March 9, 2023, but in the meantime you can head over to H-D Collections to sign up for email and text alerts.

“With H-D Collections we’re excited to celebrate two elements of our heritage: design and craftsmanship,” said Jochen Zeitz, chairman, president, and CEO of Harley-Davidson, in a company press release. “H-D Collections brings together the many facets of moto-culture lifestyle, paying tribute to our heritage with both Harley-Davidson Originals and Authorized Vintage, while pushing the limits of design, form, and function with Bar & Shield.”

The Bar & Shield line will be more youth-oriented and forward-looking than other apparel lines in the new H-D Collections series. Harley-


The Bar & Shield branch appears to be the most forward-looking of the new apparel lines. Designed by Apparel Design Creative Director Lousie Goldin and her crew, Bar & Shield products are described as bringing “a new spirit into the evolution of Harley-Davidson apparel.”

The Harley-Davidson Originals line looks to the brand’s history for inspiration, providing what the company calls “a modern interpretation of the classics.” The Authorized Vintage line also looks back in time, using input from Harley historians to develop garments with an authentically retro feel. This line promises to have everything from T-shirts to leathers, vests to jackets, and more.

The last group is Harley-Davidson Collaborations, which, as the name suggests, will be a line that grows out of partnerships with creative types and other brands throughout the year.

Authorized Vintage pieces are developed in collaboration with Harley-Davidson historians. Harley-Davidson


bottom of page