Want to arrive at the race track in style? Consider arriving with Outlierman’s new Monza Collection helmet and weekend bags, which the Italian classic car accessories and clothing company notes are “handcrafted by skilled artisans near the Autodromo Nazionale Monza Formula One track.”
The basic bags are done in lava grey leather with black and red detailing, but Outlierman says it can produce the luxury bags to match any car or racing team’s custom colors.
“Both the helmet and weekender bags are lined with the highest-quality microfiber fabric to accompany the luxury full-grain calfskin and sport suede leather, helping to protect goods from damage and illustrating quintessential Italian craftsmanship,” Outlierman reports.
“Both feature The Outlierman’s metal logo carefully placed on the leather exterior and include a leather ID tag, which can be personalized with the customer’s initials.
“A large top zip on each bag allows for effortless insertion and removal of items, whilst the helmet bag contains a spacious lower compartment to hold what you need on the track and in the pits, whether it be driving gloves, helmet accessories, driver shoes, wallets, protective scarves or masks.
“Alongside this, protective metal feet and adjustable and detachable straps ensure both bags are designed to be durable and functional — the ultimate accomplice for all driving enthusiasts.”
“The idea behind the luxurious leather helmet and weekender bags came from a desire to create the perfect kit for a track day or weekend,” Andrea Mazzuca, Outlierman founder, is quoted in the news release.“These all-new accessories encompass the gentleman driver lifestyle, particularly those who attend track events and motorsport competitions, such as the Ferrari Challenge, GT3 Cup and Goodwood Revival.”
The weekender bag retails for €1,200 ($1,455), the helmet bag for €1,300 ($1,575) and the set is €3,500 ($4,245)/
For more information, visit the Outlierman website.
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