Japanese clothiers Dry Bones produce these two new shirts as part of its line for storied British cycling brand D.Lewis. Started in 1891, D.Lewis were producing multi-purpose motorcycle gear and by 1920 were making leather jackets for motorcycle and military flight use. D.Lewis went on to be one of the world’s top original workwear and motorcycle gear companies and became legendary in the rock scene when the Sex Pistols, the Clash, Ramones and Iggy, even John Lennon & Paul McCartney. Today, D.Lewis only has two lines outside of it’s own, one produced by COMME des GARCONS and one by Dry Bones. These new releases are now available through Self Edge San Francisco and Los Angeles.