-- New Suzuki Merchandise
Suzuki has welcomed some stylish additions into its wardrobe, with all-new clothing items to suit every Suzuki fan.
Available exclusively from authorised Suzuki dealerships these new items, designed for men, women and kids, offer something for every Suzuki fan.
The range incorporates up-to-date designs, high quality fabrics and superior fits. Several items boast particular details such as Suzuki-branded buttons, quality screen printing and 3D embroidery.
The classically styled GSX-R "Smash" and "Tread" tees, available for an affordable $33.15, look the part no matter where they are on show - from trackside to the local cafe.
Specifically for women, the gorgeous Charcoal/Silver Stripe and White/Rainbow Stripe Tees are the ultimate warmer weather basics to pair with a denim mini.
At $35.95 each they are perfect for those women favouring a bright, funky look.
Suzuki has also introduced kid's hoodies and matching caps, which come in two colors - Dark Grey for boys and Light Purple for girls.
Both the hoodies (RRP $31.85) and caps (RRP $18.00) feature the unique Suzuki Dirt Bike Rider and feature high quality embroidery and prints. The hoodies are made of 100 per cent cotton, so they feel great and make a fantastic addition to any young aspiring motorbike rider's wardrobe
A welcome addition to Suzuki's cap collection are the new Corporate Style Flex Fit Caps. Available for a very affordable $20, this stylish headgear comes in four colors and two sizes - Small/Medium and Medium/Large.
The brushed cotton caps feature the world famous "S" logo in 3D stitching on the front dome and flat stitching on the rear of the cap.
To top off the new inclusions Suzuki have also added a reversible bucket hat (RRP $20.00) for those who want to be extra sun smart.
This hat features the corporate logo on the navy blue side and a more funky adaptation of the Suzuki logo on the black side.
Further information about official Suzuki clothing is available from your local Suzuki dealer or search online www.suzukimotorcycles.com.au.
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