We love these coveralls, they're super comfy and fit GREAT.
***If you want your own custom name get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org, we have a list going and will send them out for embroidery as soon as we get enough names!
These suits are a regular fit with a straight leg and long sleeves. They have a front zipper closure with snaps securing the front placket, 1 on the top of the zipper and 1 at the waistband. The back has a box pleat in top center and elastic at the waistband, provides a flattering cinch for a comfy fit and moving around with ease. There are 2 front trouser style pockets and 2 large back pockets.
Made of 100% cotton, this twill material is soft enough for workin all day. Regular machine wash cold recommended.
Please note they are listed by name with the size in parenthesis. For example Bessie is an XS size. Please view the size chart in the listing pictures for measurements.
We embroidered a few for all you braaapers and outlaws, in addition we included a couple names of women moto pioneers that inspire us.
Dot was an easy choice, we have two remarkable women to introduce you to...
Dot Robinson was a motorcycle racer and Motor Maids cofounder in 1941 and Dot Smith was a stunt rider in the 1930's and 40's also a co-founder of the Motor Maids. The Motor Maids was one of the first women's motorcycling groups and is still going strong.
Bessie Stringfield "The Motorcycle Queen" was the first African-American woman to ride across the United States solo when she was 19 in 1930!
These women have led remarkable lives - look em up!