These seem to be part of a new line for HK but so help me I can’t find a source for them. Good luck on eBay!
It seems like these were available at Claire’s Boutiques at one time. But no more.
Espe â€” a Canadian accessories maker â€” has long been a maker of scooter friendly stuff. The leather purse with the dog and the scooter on it that just about everyone had about 5 years ago? Made by Espe. They recently did a similar design but this time with a cat. The design is called “Felicity” and alas by the time I got this post up (it’s only been a month since I got the tip â€” I swear!) the Espe site no longer features the Tote Bag, Wallet, Coin Purse or Card Holder it once did. Boo!
I did find some links for the wallet on Amazon. It’s $30 and holds bills, coins, IDs and cards with 14 card slots, 4 bill slots and 1 coin zippered compartment. The other accessories can be found by intrepid searchers of the Google and the eBay.
Thanks so much to Heather M. for this find! Sorry I wasn’t faster on the uptake.
Kukuxumusu is a company from Pamplona in Navarra, Spain specializing in clothing and product design. Its name means “flea’s kiss” in Basque.
Currently this nice duffle bag with matching key chain mascot is on sale for $35.99 (originally $48.) Their sheep scooter design is also featured on helmets (69,70 â‚¬) and other accessories.
If I’m not mistaken, I think one of the first things these guys designed was an adorable shirt featuring a Pamplona bull on a Vespa chasing after a festival runner. And I would kill to own one. (The shirt. Not the bull.)
Thanks to Julie G. for this find!
More Scooter Goodness from the Adidas Originals Line. This is just a small selection for what’s available on their US site. To see it all, visit the Adidas site for your country:
Blue Q’s “Miso Pretty” has added some new things to their line. There’s a Rice Scrub that features a female scooter rider in a storm with a sidecar full of rice. There’s a mirror with this image and some new bags with the original girl scooterist transporting bamboo. These are best found doing a web search on Froogle. Or by keeping your eyes open at local stores..