Harley-Davidson Museum® Long-sleeve Dirt Track Jersey MSM1471

Long-sleeve Dirt Track Jersey

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Harley-Davidson Museum Long-sleeve Dirt Track Jersey

• 100% stretch mesh front and back nylon panels 
• Double knit side and sleeves with double hide away elbow patches. 1" knit collar and 3" knit cuff. 
• 03 back imprint represents the year of first Harley-Davidson motorcycle 
• Made in the USA 

“Moto Cross Reproduction jersey originally offered in the 1978 Harley-Davidson Parts and Accessory Catalog. This jersey was paired with the matching Moto Cross pant using the same design cues. This jersey accurately recreates the original stretch nylon perforated front and back panels, two-tone double knit sleeves, padded elbow patches and front logo design. This jersey was the official Moto Cross uniform used by Harley-Davidson sponsored racers in that era. Inspiration is derived from the racing suit found in the archives of the Harley-Davidson Museum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.”

£169.96
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Harley-Davidson Museum Long-sleeve Dirt Track Jersey

• 100% stretch mesh front and back nylon panels 
• Double knit side and sleeves with double hide away elbow patches. 1" knit collar and 3" knit cuff. 
• 03 back imprint represents the year of first Harley-Davidson motorcycle 
• Made in the USA 

“Moto Cross Reproduction jersey originally offered in the 1978 Harley-Davidson Parts and Accessory Catalog. This jersey was paired with the matching Moto Cross pant using the same design cues. This jersey accurately recreates the original stretch nylon perforated front and back panels, two-tone double knit sleeves, padded elbow patches and front logo design. This jersey was the official Moto Cross uniform used by Harley-Davidson sponsored racers in that era. Inspiration is derived from the racing suit found in the archives of the Harley-Davidson Museum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.”