Indian Honoring Heroes Collection

The Indian Honoring Heroes apparel collection allows riders to support active-duty military personnel with military-inspired clothing. This extensive new apparel line will be available until Nov. 30, 2022, and 100% of the profits will go toward Armed Services YMCA and its Operation Ride Home program. Read the press release below for more information.

MINNEAPOLIS, MN Indian Motorcycle has unveiled its 2022 Honoring Heroes apparel collection – a military-inspired line that allows riders and fans to proudly display their support for U.S. military service, while also directly supporting active-duty military with their purchases. From now until Nov. 30, 2022, Indian Motorcycle will donate 100% of the collection’s profits to benefit the Armed Services YMCA (ASYMCA) and its Operation Ride Home program, which assists active-duty United States military personnel in traveling home to visit their families.

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With 13 new styles, the 2022 Indian Motorcycle Honoring Heroes collection includes a mix of military-inspired khaki, black, and camo casualwear pieces for men and women. The men’s line features a zip-up hoodie, a crewneck sweatshirt, and various shirt styles, including a button-up short-sleeve, standard t-shirt, sleeveless, and long-sleeve options. The women’s line features a zip-up hoodie and three shirt options: V-neck t-shirt, tank top, and three-quarter sleeve. To complete the collection, Indian Motorcycle has also introduced a new Camo Icon Trucker Hat and Black Icon Cap.

Indian Honoring Heroes Collection Cap
Ellen McCarthey, Lieutenant Colonel, US Marine Corps, wearing Camo Peak Trucker Cap ($29.99)

“Support for the United States military and the men and women who serve our country has long been a cornerstone of the Indian Motorcycle brand, and we’re always exploring meaningful ways to make a difference for our active and retired military,” said Michael Dougherty, President of Indian Motorcycle. “Last year’s collection garnered positive feedback across the board, and that success motivated us to not only bring it back for 2022, but to turn it into a significant fund-raising engine for our friends at the Armed Services YMCA.”

Indian Honoring Heroes Collection Hoodie Back
Nick Etzel, Sergeant, US Army, wearing Men’s Stencil Block Icon Hoodie ($89.99)

The ASYMCA is an independent, national non-profit, specifically dedicated to serving active-duty military service members and their families. The oldest military support organization in the U.S., the ASYMCA was established in 1861 and has long provided care and comfort for military troops through unique and specialized programs for service members, military spouses and military children.

Indian Honoring Heroes Collection Men's Tank
Steve Needles, MN/SD National Guard, Army Reserves, wearing Men’s Stencil Block Icon Tank Khaki ($29.99)

As a gesture of appreciation for their service, Indian Motorcycle employees who are veterans themselves were featured in the official product photography for the Honoring Heroes collection. Learn more about them here.

Indian Honoring Heroes Collection Hoodie
Dallas Thompson, Iowa National Guard, wearing Women’s Stencil Block Icon Hoodie ($89.99)

The Indian Motorcycle Honoring Heroes collection is available now at select Indian Motorcycle dealers around the country. Until November 30, 2022, all profits from purchases made will be donated, up to a total of $100,000, by Indian Motorcycle to benefit the ASYMCA and its Operation Ride Home program.

To learn more about the collection visit the Indian Motorcycle Outpost. For more information about Operation Ride Home, or to make a tax-deductible donation, please visit


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