Italian Style Diamond Floorboards

1bisfloorboards2bisfloorboards3bisfloorboards2floorboardsIn September 2010, Italian born Matthew Vity took a vacation in San Francisco, and fell in love with everything Harley. Back home, he had to decide what to do with his professional life. In 2011 he started Vity’s Design, creating a collection of custom parts with a very unique Italian touch. Five years later his catalog is quite thick and these floorboards are one of his latest additions.

CNC Machined from billet aluminum and/or brass and offered in many finishes, including white and brass. Non-slip surface. The floorboards offer 2 positions. Dimensions are 13.8” L x 5.0” W. The passenger floorboards are 7″L x 3.25”.They fit all Harley models 1983-2016. At Vity’s Design.

4 Responses to “Italian Style Diamond Floorboards”

  1. 1 RUB Feb 25th, 2017 at 4:29 am

    if I saw this on a bike @ our watering hole , I’d find the rider and question his thought process on putting these on his bike …………………………white floorboards ?

  2. 2 spaz Feb 25th, 2017 at 8:50 pm

    I’m just thinking about how hard they’d be to clean… show bike stuff, not everyday rider stuff. IMO

  3. 3 GB Mar 1st, 2017 at 11:43 am

    Just a warning ahead of time. 2 of my friends bought some parts from this guy, paid via money transfer as vity requested because he didn’t have paypal of other ways of getting paid. My friends never got the parts. after numerous promises and pics of parts that were suppose to be delivered still no parts. they both spent about 1K$ each and from the owner basically said tough luck and fuck off. Another buddy wanted to buy parts and basically was turned away because from the ower “not a big bagger builder” just a FYI for those here

  4. 4 Toby Gray Aug 28th, 2017 at 4:27 pm

    I am looking for a set of the rear boards like above. I have the drivers set. But I need just the passenger boards. But in the black and polished aluminum contrast cut. I can be reached at my email address I need to get some price. And like to get some ordered

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