With Summer now in full swing (yes honestly, Google tells us it’s so), we thought we’d bring you some more additions to the Speedhunters 03 EDTN Collection. The latest products in the line-up are both of the bold variety, because, well, who doesn’t like bright and shiny things? If you were at Gatebil Sweden a few weeks back, you might have noticed a number of us wearing the latest version of the classic Speedhunters hoodie. The lighter, heathered look fabric is perfect for warmer temperatures…
… and of course, the hoodie features all the little touches you’ve come to expect from us, including a subtle logo on the sleeve for when you’re trying to surreptitiously cruise around the paddock in a floor-scraping, black-smoke-billowing, compound-turbo-sticking-out-the-hood hot rod…
… as well as a mini flourescent SH logo on the front, and full logo emblazoned across the back. Now nobody can miss you in the pit lane.
On the merch side, we’ve now got this chrome effect sticker sheet. Let’s face it, chrome is cool: in your engine bay, on body trim, on a melting Terminator…
And as well as the Speedhunters logo stickers you’d expect, there’s also #IAMTHESPEEDHUNTER ones if you’re out there Speedhunting yourself and a #JoyOfMachine one that would look perfect slapped on the toolbox of any wrenchers.
So make like a magpie and go get yourself something bright and shiny!
I have to agree on the pricing. I was at Formula D in Wall NJ and $30 for a t-shirt? Nah son. I paid $15 for my RPF1 shirt and it's BOSS quality. FYI I have the Speedhunters license plate frame and lanyard from when Fatlace was pushing the brand. And a few stickers from when Touge Automotive was pushing it too soooo. I'm just saying...
Just being critical here to give some honest feedback. The prices (IMO) are too high guys, £30 for a Tee and £50 for a hoodie is a bit pricey. I get that your trying to maintain a quality brand image and don't want to sell crap for cheap prices. BUT, I own one of the EDNT02 hoodies and have to say I'm not that impressed with the quality at all, not for the price. My £10 H&M hoddies feel better if I'm honest. I love the site, and pretty much everything you guys do (wow, that sounded fanboy-ish!), and I've no doubt I'll buy some more Merch in the future, but I think it needs work. I'm sure you'll get it right soon :)
£50 is aus $81!!!!!! C'mon! That's not including shipping, I'd buy the shop if the prices went so crap! It's a bit much for a hoodie I think? Now £35 and I'll buy!
I would buy the hoodie but it's about 100F here in sunny Southern California. I'm not even wearing a shirt, let alone a hoodie.
If I lived up north a bit I'd definitely make the investment.
Hell yes! Been waiting for this hoodie since I got my shirt and windbreaker, both from C03. And one of those #IAMTHESPEEDHUNTER stickers will fit perfectly on the lens hood of my 70-200mm!
@v3g3b0t we prefer to use American Apparel tees. Prefer the choices of cuts and colours. It's more expensive but the results we get from them are better than cheap "merchandise" style tees and hoodies.
@RodChong About $45 aus depending on fabrics, got a real thick one from Rennsport for $50 and that's a inflated porsche price! Lol