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The trite mythos of the outlaw; the self-conscious romanticism of the outlaw; the black wardrobe of the outlaw. These were our inspirations to create the ultimate carrying system to accompany us in our wildest adventures. Unwilling to wait for mankind to improve, the outlaw lives as if that day was here. Outlaws are can openers in the supermarket of life.
When Vincent Prat calls to tell you about his brand new event on the south coast of France, you know it’s gonna be rad, never mind it’s the very first ‘Urban Electric Motocross Championship’ hosted right in the middle of posh Saint Tropez, or that we’re in the midst of a bloody pandemic that’s changing the world.
If we had to choose one material to embody the spirit of El Solitario this would be Cashmere. Cashmere is timeless personal luxury. You don’t invest on cashmere to be seen by others but to feel good. It’s like snobbery in reverse heard someone say one day. The softest, warmest and lightest fiber that money can buy.
Ladies & gentleman, El Solitario is proud to present the 11th take on ESMC’s <<REWIND, a series of interviews with the people that rock our Moto-World®, centered around the music that shaped their lives. Music is a moral law. It gives soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and charm and gaiety to life and to everythingFor the 11th <<REWIND, we asked our buddy and great artist Nicholas Coleman, about those ten records he would take to a deserted island.
Our prices shall increase this February - after five years untouched - adapting them to the increased cost of living. El Solitario thrives for a sustainable business, in a beautiful world like we have now. In our world we do like our grandfathers; we buy less things at a higher price; but these things are made responsibly and made to last.
When El Solitario was founded 10 years ago, the design and production of the world's most magnificent coverall was on the front page, (in fact, we didn't even have T-shirts when the project started!@#). We had always loved the utilitarian aspect of coveralls and enjoyed the effect they provoked on people while buying groceries or at the entrance of the poshest club. We wanted to embrace this functional concept, but using the best raw materials available, and to make them ourselves.
You, individual and disruptive, motorized wolves have defined and pushed our brand since day one to what it is today. One of the most sincere forms of respect is actually listening to what you have to say.