Porsche is presenting the new Motorsport Collection for everybody who is in love with the Supercup. The summer collection includes all-weather Gore-Tex jackets, various shirts for men, women and children, hats, mugs and belts.
The jacket can be worn any time: being a copy of motorsport racing suits in protects the owner from strong wind and rain. It is made in white and gray scale with Mobil 1 and Michelin logos on the front and big red Porsche logo on the back. The price of the Gore-Tex jacket is $649. The company plans to make only 911 of them.
Men’s collection also offers polo and rugby shirts, T-shirts and fleece jackets. Their prices start at $59.
Porsche took care of ladies’ Motorsport wear too: the female drivers are offered a halter top, a polo shirt and T-shirts. Even the children of Motorsport fans have a chance to get a T-shirt and a hat.
Different accessories can go with the clothes and be good for both men and women: lanyards, belts and mugs. For summer vacation the customers can purchase themed beach towel and board shorts. The Motorsport Collection is available at the Porsche dealerships and at the Porsche online store: http://shop3.porsche.com/usa/
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