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Yamaha unveils stunning new apparel & novelties line
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Apr '13
Yamaha is pleased to reveal its stunning new apparel and novelties collection for 2013.

With a mix of old and new, the line-up celebrates the history of Yamaha with the vintage looks of the Heritage range, whilst the Fundamentals collection provides a more contemporary appearance, complimenting the new Race Blu colour ways of the latest Yamaha machines.

The Heritage range, with its vintage gold tuning fork logos and period colour palette, evokes memories of the classic days of racing when the likes of Read and Agostini ruled the roads on their TZ race machines.

The collection also boasts three t-shirts created with slubyarn fabric to enhance the vintage appearance, whilst, emblazoned with designs featuring iconic figures from Yamahas past including Kenny Roberts, Steve Baker and Bob Hannah.

The new Fundamentals line-up is the essence of subtlety, which can be worn as stand-alone garments or layered to compliment other collections like Paddock Blue. With a grey base colour, blue detailing and subtle logos, Fundamentals looks the part on and off the bike.

As well as the new Heritage and Fundamentals collections, the 2013 range also retains stylish favourites including Iwata, Classic and a whole host of riding gear for both men, women and children, as well as a vast array of novelty items including bags, caps, keyrings, watches and sunglasses to name just a few.

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