90s Harley Davidson Motorcycles Tie Dye Kirkland WA t-shirt XXL
Chest 25 in.
Length 27 in.
Content: Feels like 100% cotton
Tag Brand: No tag
This sweet tie dye tee features a double sided graphic in honor of Harley-Davidson motorcycles. The front of the tee reads, "Harley-Davidson" and the back includes the Harley logo and the words "Eastside Harley-Davidson Kirkland, Washington." This shirt was most likely made for the Kirkland, Washington Harley Owners Group, a local chapter of the brand sponsored community club. Kirkland is a suburb of Seattle and this HOG chapter also serves the east side of the city.
Harley Owners Group, or HOG, is sometimes called "the granddaddy of all community-building efforts." It was founded by the brand in the 80s to promote not only the product but also the motorcycle lifestyle. There's only one rule for eligibility to join HOG: you must own a Harley-Davidson motorcycle. The over 1 million worldwide HOG members enjoy free admission to the Harley Davidson museum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, a subscription to The Enthusiast magazine, and the option to join a local chapter. Local chapters are linked to dealerships and host rallies, festivals, and charity events for the Muscular Dystrophy Association which is HOG's official charity.
Fits like a modern unisex adult XXL or 2XL.