Tonight 5/24 is Round 2 of the Hammarhead x Dunderdon collaboration event — the second in a 3 week series of Thursday nights at the Dunderdon SoHo shop. James will be working away on the 2008 Triumph Bonneville that is being morphed before our eyes into an original Hammarhead Industries creation live at Dunderdon. In addition to the bike, there is the incredible product collaboration with one of a kind pieces– my favorite being this amazing deerskin welding jacket that James and Dunderdon designed based on an old relic of a photo. They were taken by the clean, honest construction and simple lines of the piece and how functional and timeless it was, not just for welding and grinding and such– but also for a blast around the block on your bike. What I like is that all the pieces of the collection is that they clearly have utility in mind, are no nonsense in design, yet the materials and trim are extremely durable and over-engineered, reminding me of the Hammarhead Industries bikes themselves.

GL1(HHI) Work Glove (as seen worn by James Hammarhead above)
• hand sewn domestic deerskin
• seamless die cut palm
• outseam construction
• made in USA

J77(HHI) Welder’s Jacket

• classic welding jacket optimized for welding, grinding and the fast test ride
• high collar and adjustable cuff
• waxed for weather protection (Otter Wax)
• 1.3 mm suede from cow split leather
• Kevlar thread on all seams
• rivets at seam endings and pocket corners
• snap buttons for easy use
• two zipped chest pockets; one large internal pocket
• made in Sweden

SH2s(HHI) Work Shirt

• short sleeve work shirt
• 305g Challenger fabric (2×2 twill) from Klopman International
• 60% cotton/40% polyester
• 1 chest pocket with flap + 1 chest pocket with pen slot
• snap buttons for easy use
• available in black and postman blue
• made in Latvia (EU)

P13(HHI) Work Pant

• regular fit chino style pant
• back welt pockets and durable flat felled construction
• 305g Challenger fabric (2×2 twill) from Klopman International
• 60% cotton/40% polyester
• available in black and postman blue
• made in Latvia (EU)


  1. That, if Ah do say so Mah Own Damned Self, is a Manly Jacket….lil’ flare on da cuffs- cool touch.

  2. $90 for the work shirt. Sorry, man, if you spend $90 on a work shirt you’re just plain stoopid.

    • Well, just know that the products (including the $90 workshirt) are limited run (which adds to cost) utilizing the highest quality workwear fabrics (google: Klopman International) and quality constructed. Value is in the eye of the beholder, but quality is constant. So while it may not be worth it to you, it is to others.

      • Point taken. I’ve worn work shirts every day for the past 30 years, and a $20 Dickies shirt suits me just fine, but I hear what you’re saying. No disrespect intended.

    • Iron Heart makes a similar shirt — high-end poly/cotton short-sleeved work shirt — that is currently on “special” for $190. Original price, $265(!)

      At least this Dunderdon version has protected fasteners, so if you decide that you want to wear it while wrenching you won’t scratch up your finishes.

  3. I seriously doubt anyone is going to be doing any hard work in any of these clothes…

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