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Aviator Nation News

The Trekker Hooded Puffer is what happens when a California-based surf brand designs a jacket. Bold color blocking, oversized brass zippers, and a retro-inspired chest patch give it an eye-catching look. 
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Aviator Nation, a sporty/retro clothing line with roots in both surfing and skiing, matriculates not from Brooklyn, but from its West Coast sister, Venice Beach. The brand’s signature motif of bold, bright stripes decorates the store both inside and out.
We sat down with the founder of Aviator Nation last month to talk about the company’s recent extension from ’70s-inspired hoodies and sweatpants into activewear, outerwear, swimwear and surfboards. AHonda Rebel motorcycle, customized by Mycoskie, will be available for order through Aviator Nation stores
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Honda's Rebel mini-cruiser has been a staple starter bike for decades, but all those years of introducing riders to the sport have earned the little Honda more disdain than appreciation. So it's actually big news thatHonda has introduced all-new Rebels in 300 cc and 500 cc forms for 2017, and this new-age Rebel is loaded with cool-bike potential.
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This week’s South By Southwest film and music festival in Austin, Texas, includes the launch of the Honda Rebel + Aviator Nation limited edition cruiser. The collaboration kicks off at the Waterloo Records Day Parties taking place from March 15th – March 18th.

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When Aviator Nation founder, Paige Mycoskie, lent the inimitable 1970s vibe of her beloved California lifestyle brand to create the Honda Rebel + Aviator Nation edition, the result was the perfect collaboration for the adventurous spirit wanting to get out and explore the world from a different vantage point.
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"The California dream needs the perspective of outsiders like Mycoskie. It needs someone to spend his or her youth infatuated with the idea of the place, move out West, and then make a movie or write some music or sell a product that self-consciously, but not necessarily inauthentically, embodies that image and sends it out to other dreamers"  
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Aviator Nation has just announced—and released—a performance line of leggings, filled with technical specs to take you from the mat to the beach in style. The collection is on the smaller side for now—although it does include five different styles in three colors ranging from $111 for cropped and to $122 for full length—but the brand has big plans to launchsports bras, shorts, and activewear tanks soon.
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Founder and all around bad-ass, Paige Mycoskie, made major waves at the Venice-based brand's X Games pop-up. If you've ever splurged on a pair of Aviator Nation sweats then you know the Venice-based brand makes the softest athleisure threads ever. 
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If you are looking for something a little creative and a lot original for you or your family regardless of the season, meet Aviator Nation. Launched in Venice, California in 2006 and named after founder and CEO, Paige Mycoskie’s love for aviator-stylesunglasses,Aviator Nation is a brand dedicated to honoring the vibrant, laid-back style, look and feel of California in the ‘70s with an ever changing line that will set you apart from the crowd.
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From music festivals to your favorite shops to the backs of some of the biggest celebs,Aviator Nation is doing something right.

If you care about where your clothes come from, you're probably already familiar with the made-in-California brand. But it's time you also got to know its founder and CEO,Paige Mycoskie (who's responsible for creating some of the softest T-shirts and sweats we've ever felt). 

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Paige has been re-defining casual sportswear with her ultra-cozy, ’70s-inspired sweats and we’re thrilled to get the inside scoop on how she built her brand and did everything on her terms. So without further adieu, let’s GET. AFTER. IT.
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