Ed Hardy Limited Edition Motorcycle Leather Jackets

Although some think that there are too many non-bikers wearing Ed Hardy branded clothing, most of them don’t know who was the man. He is a famous, now half retired, American Tattoo Artist who spent many years in Japan studying with Japanese classical tattoo master Horihide to who he was introduced by his mentor Sailor Jerry Collins of Honolulu. His trademark is incorporating Japanese aesthetic in American tattoos. In 2004 Christian Audigier licensed the rights to produce the Ed Hardy clothing line which is based on Hardy’s imagery and that you can find on anything you can wear in any mall in the US and also abroad.

If you don’t like mass production clothing, know also that some pieces are sold in very limited quantity, like these leather motorcycle jackets. These jackets are made with top quality material and have very detailed hardware and graphics depicting some of the most popular tattoos Ed Hardy ever designed. With styles like the men’s “Do or Die” (left) and “Love Kills Slowly” (right) jackets and women’s “True Love/Eternal” (botton) racer jacket. A few available at Rocky Leather

9 Responses to “Ed Hardy Limited Edition Motorcycle Leather Jackets”

  1. 1 Johny Be Cool Aug 16th, 2011 at 9:07 am

    Ed Hardy has immense talent. Selling out? Why not?

  2. 2 hk Aug 16th, 2011 at 9:08 am

    hopefully limited edition is the key word here.i can just imagine some guy with a faux hawk on a fresh off the lot chromsicle chopper wearing one of these .

  3. 3 Rick Peyton Aug 16th, 2011 at 10:22 am

    Cool looking jackets. Too bad the brand is forever associated with douchebagery. Just like the affliction clothing.

  4. 4 bigalyts Aug 16th, 2011 at 10:52 am

    Limited Production means, What? Not as many being made as would like to. or Not as many being produced, because……..to high of priced and not that many People will spend the do$$ars ! or is it because they are being made by another Vendor and ??? Thanks for the Bio on Ed Hardy! I always wondered where he came from and what was his claim to fame is or was! They are nice Jackets, and the Fit is the most important. Not much chance they producing a XXXL. They can make 2 Jackets with the same amount of goods.

  5. 5 Manhattan Choppers Aug 16th, 2011 at 12:28 pm

    Jon Gosslin modeling?

  6. 6 1550tc Aug 16th, 2011 at 12:40 pm

    associated with douchebagery LOL good one !!!!!!!!!!!
    …….. sad how they just whore out guys name like von dutch…….this shit also has the shelf of a mosquito in MN…..affiliction atleast has some cool desings and shelf life with their ufc association

  7. 7 biker64 Aug 17th, 2011 at 9:13 am

    Christian Audigier was the guy who was behind the Von Dutch line of clothing prior to Ed Hardy. He was stopped by the estate of Von Dutch from selling clothes featuring the famous winged eyeball. So Audigier had to find the next art he could turn into a fashion craze. He paid Ed Hardy only $20 grand for the license to his designs and sold tens of millions of dollars worth of Ed Hardy products. Ed Hardy sued Audigier for licensing his designs for more then just apparel. So the real story is Ed Hardy got screwed in the deal with the shrewd French marketing genius Christian Audigier

  8. 8 Kustoms and Choppers Aug 17th, 2011 at 5:23 pm

    All of the diehard underground Tattoo artists are going to cry sell out even more.
    Ed Hardy is old, he just wants to make money.

  9. 9 rocco Aug 23rd, 2011 at 12:09 am

    douch douch douch . those jackets are very douchy

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