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Anything the King of Cool–aka Steve McQueen–touched is sure to sell for a pretty penny these days, but that’s especially true when it comes to thing he rode. Case in point, this Steve McQueen owned 1968 Husqvarna Viking 360 Motorcycle. McQueen’s love affair with Husqvarna motorcycles is nothing new, but this particular bike was purchased directly from prolific motocross rider Bengt Åberg after McQueen was so impressed with the performance. Since then, it’s changed hands a few times and undergone a year-long plus restoration in 2014 to bring it back into proper fighting shape and style. And now, it could be yours because it’s going to auction. While there is no official auction estimate, we expect this particular King of Cool Husky to fetch even more than the previously sold 1970 version that was close to $250k when the gavel finally dropped. If you’re interested, it will roll across the auction block during RM Sotheby’s Monterey sale in the middle of August, and you can get more details at the link below.

Proof Rover

Yes, you read that correctly, and no, we don’t invoke the Land Rover without absolute certainty our claims will be delivered on. Whether you opt for the straight or slim option, each pair of pants in the Proof Rover Collection calls upon the name of a certain all-terrain vehicle for a reason–they’re durable, comfortable and capable of handling any obstacle in their way–all while looking damn good in the process. They feel like sweats, they age like raw denim and they’re as durable as the most classic work pants. When you want to check all the boxes–with all of the color options–you need to buy Proof Rover Pants today.

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