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Harley-Davidson Pink Label Collection Is Here for Great Cause

If you didn’t know, October is the Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the annual campaign to increase awareness of the disease, and Harley Davidson is sustaining the noble cause through a new Pink Label apparel for ladies.
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“Harley-Davidson firmly believes that nobody rides alone, on the road or through life,” the company says. “That commitment is behind the Harley-Davidson Pink Label Collection, a program inspired by the struggles and courage of riders and passengers who’ve been impacted by breast cancer.”

The 2017 Pink Label Collection offers 37 items in pink trim along with a special pink ribbon label/logo to remind about the implications following the purchase of each piece. A minimum of 3 percent of the proceeds from sales is donated to organizations that offer education and support to breast cancer survivors.

“Pink Label gives everyone in the Harley-Davidson community the power to make a real difference,” said Harley-Davidson Marketing Manager Claudia Garber. “Harley-Davidson has made a year-round commitment through the Pink Label Program and our dealers to both support those impacted by breast cancer, and to inspire others to do the same.”

Taking a quick look at what’s in store, the new Pink Label Stitched Fleece Jacket starts at $110 and offers a contrast in texture, coming with stitched ripstop panels front and back. The main body is main out of black polyester bonded micro-fleece while the extended cuffs come with thumbholes to keep hands warm.

The Pink Label Leopard Accent Hoodie look even more fashionable, coming with a rebel accent provided by dyed colors, a pink leopard-print lining in the hood and raw-edged seams. The Pink Label logo is placed on the front kangaroo pocket while Harley-Davidson is written on the chest in a nice retro font.

Last but definitely not least, you can take a look at the Pink Label Ultra-Light Half Helmet which tips the scales at just 1 pound and 12 ounces thanks to a fiberglass shell and Spectra files. It is also finished in a cool black with pink metallic flakes and also comes with a removable low-profile visor.

 
 
 
 
 

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