Here's the scoop on the gear that Thor launched last weekend with Marvin Musquin, Cooper Webb, and the Monster Energy / Yamalube / Star / Yamaha Racing crew, and a couple goodies that we didn't see.

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THOR MX Launches Spring 2018 Collection 2

THOR MX Launches Spring 2018 Collection

Poway, CA – Jan 8, 2018 – THOR MX proudly celebrates fifty years of authentic race apparel with the Spring 2018 Collection. Founded by four-time World Motocross Champion Torsten Hallman in 1968, the brand is still influenced and inspired by his accomplishments to this day.

 

To commemorate fifty years of racing heritage, the Spring 2018 Collection incorporates products that pay homage to the early days of the brand, as well as others that celebrate the fifty-year milestone. With additions to the Prime Fit, Fuse, and Pulse racewear lines, along with a new graphic in the Sector Helmet, and the all-new Guardian MX protector the Spring 2018 collection features a wide variety of products for all riders.

PRIME FIT

The Prime Fit racewear is the lightest, most athletic line, featuring four way stretch construction and compression sleeves. With two new graphic options for this season, Prime Fit has a completely revamped aesthetic. The Most notable addition is the LE 50th Anniversary Black and Gold kit, which celebrates fifty years of racing heritage. The NEBULA graphic combines geometric shapes with astrophotography to push the boundaries of modern racewear design.

Thor Prime Fit.

FUSE

With ultra durable construction and precision fit, Fuse represents the premium racewear offering from THOR. As the newest addition to the Fuse line, the HIGH TIDE graphic provides a clean, athletic inspired look in two bold color ways.

Thor Fuse.

PULSE

Delivering functional performance at an incredible value, the Pulse line is a staple of the THOR racewear lineup. With two new graphics in the HYPE and KIT’N, the new Pulse kits ensure that you won’t go unnoticed. Influenced by modern streetwear, the HYPE kit brings a fresh new look to the Pulse line with multiple color options and includes a matching Sector helmet graphic. The KIT’N is exactly what the name implies, a kit literally covered in kittens.

Thor Pulse.

HALLMAN

As a throwback to the roots of the brand, the Hallman line of jerseys, gloves and casuals pulls inspiration from the early days of motocross. The HOPETOWN and RINGER jerseys both utilize classic design with a modern a touch. From café bikes to vintage motocrossers, the Hallman line is meant for everything two wheels.

GUARDIAN MX

Based off of the popular GUARDIAN protector, the GUARDIAN MX is a lighter, more minimalist option designed for motocross. With soft shoulder straps, a fitted chest plate and a CE level two back protector the GUARDIAN MX offers premium coverage at an attractive price point.

 

For more details on the entire collection, head to THORMX.com or visit your local Parts Unlimited dealer.

About THOR Motocross: THOR was founded by 4-time World 250cc Motocross Champion, Torsten Hallman, in 1968 in San Diego, California. Two years earlier, Torsten had come to the United States at the request of Husqvarna to help promote the bike and introduce it to the US market. Torsten saw the American racer’s potential and the need for quality motocross gear so he began importing pants, gloves and jerseys under the brand name Hallman Racing, or THOR (Torsten Hallman Original Racewear). This was the beginning of THOR.

Over the years, countless races and championships have been won by riders wearing THOR. Every product is a progression, a new step forward in design and performance. Always racing forward, always respecting our past, always focused on building quality products that exceed rider expectations. See what’s new at www.thormx.com or call 858-748-0040

 The First, The Forever…Torsten Hallman Original Racewear.

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2 comments
  • TMV

    1/12/2018 2:29 PM

    Welcome back One Industries!

  • SidewayzMike

    1/12/2018 12:34 PM

    companies should all take lessons... Im into everything moto, its all good when its raw. music and slow motion are no good. Love this. Moto meets Imax

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