Road Spirit, another well informed blog, has a detailed review of our Zandvoort rain jacket and concludes that we managed "to produce a raincoat that passionate heritage racing fans will be sure to love" - and that's exactly what we were going for...!
The Dutch blog "The Cool Car" (a cool name, at that) writes up the history of your brand (using lots of cool pictures) before concluding, in Dutch and as many words that your brand is "the only stylish choice to go racing, rallying or participate in Concours" - we concur!
The well respected site Anamera - that should definitely be in your favorites - publishes a detailed write-up on our newly issued Zandvoort rain jacket and calls it "a valuable addition to classic car drivers and fans" - we're loving it!
Our friend Wim (who also has some beauties in the Escuderia) brings it home in the Klassiekerrally.nl in the Netherlands. A full review of the newly released Zandvoort rain jacket and lots of history about your brand, all in a neat package (if your Dutch allows) with lots of pictures - so very cool
The Dutch blog Classy Life (a program onto itself right there) caught sight of our Zandvoort jacket and complimented it extensively. It also advises to visit our website as it "beslist erg mooie producten bij. At life speed!" (list many great merchandise, for the non Dutch speakers) - nice, very nice!
And in the U.K, Octane (again) has a feature-laden issue (again) but still selects our new Zandvoort rain jacket (describing it as "the epitome of glamour" - then again, it captions a picture of our friend Mick in a D-type...) for review. We are very proud (again - but you knew that)!!
The latest edition of Octane in the Netherlands has a case of "Everything you ever wanted to know about Suixtil" provided you speak Dutch, of course, otherwise there are also tons of great pictures as well in the 8 pages spread - You have to look at it!!!
It is now the turn of Echappement Classic, in France, to say nice things about our new Zandvoort rain jacket, calling it "perfectly adjusted to changing weather and versatile". The rest of the mag is very cool too, check it out!
Classic & Sports Car' new issue is great, again, and they even find the time to review our newly released Zandvoort rain jacket - graces it with compliments such as "latest high-quality design from Suixtil" - we love it!
The 18th edition of the Grand Prix magazine in France (and what a cool edition that is, again, thank you Pascal!) reviews our newly launched Zandvoort rain jacket and calls it "one of the best racers jackets from the '60s", thank you!
And still in Mandarin, with the Legend Chinese lifestyle magazine this time - where you'll be able to sport your brand across maybe 10 pages, including 4 dedicated to an interview about our origins and values - another corner of the globe explored....
How is your Mandarin? Time to brush-up then: Legacy, the Chinese classic car magazine, grants us 2 pages for an interview with your brand - hoping too much of the spirit was not lost in translation - just let us know...
In a feature-filled issue, Octane still manages to pick Suixtil to review our Monza cashmere sweater - compares us to the Star Trek replicator (a first - but then they travel at warp speed there, don't they) and confirms that we "deliver the goods" - thank you for the compliments!
The Australian, in their Executive Living year-end edition, has a column dedicated to "Revhead's guide to gift shopping" that starts by offering some sound advice (First - reward yourself) before recommending our Balcarce racing shirt - we concur on both fronts!
And still in the Netherlands, it is now Auto Motor Klassiek that chooses to review our Sebring suede bomber jacket in its latest edition and calls it, among other things, fantastic. We, of coursee, agree!
Our Dutch friends are in luck, again, as the superb article on HWM in the latest edition of Octane there opens with a superb shot - check out how ladies can stylishly wear a Nassau polo and a race cap!
In another first, we just landed our first spread in China: Bund CLassic magazine, the publication of the celebrated event, dedicates 2 pages to our story, in Mandarin of course. Luckily, there are some cool pictures and those names...!
Our Dutch friends are in luck, again, as they can find Suixtil not once but twice in the latest Octane edition, with a superb picture of a long time Suixtil friend doing his thing and great review of our Rally Bag!
The new book from Horst Friedrichs "Drive Style" is out and dedicates a whole page to Suixtil (and Jim Clark's Lotus Cortina) with our Monaco bomber jacket, race pants and caps nicely modeled by none else than Chris Middlehurt the 2013 Protyre Formula Renault Championship winner. How befitting!
Sports Car Digest in the US publishes a whole page (with great pictures too, thank you) concerning Suixtil and confirms our relevance to the whole "classic life" experience - we are, of course, flattered!
Ramp Classic, the German (it is so much more than a) magazine gives some styling advice ahead of the Revival - it's all about Suixtil (even if the picture of the King of Cool is somewhat off purpose)- before concluding "jump in your Jaguat D-Type - and watch the crowd go wild!". You'll like it!
Our friends a Collectors Car World have done it again, picking - this time - our Nassau polo, including the 2 new colors (Silver grey and Diesel fumes), for their product review.We are, of course, thrilled.
It is now the turn of our friends from the French Grand Prix magazine, in their number 10 dedicated to Fangio (just another reason why you have to get this number) to compliment our Le Mans jacket with words such as "extreme care for details, incredibly soft leather and more" - thank you again for the kind words, we will keep on trying to please!
The #5 of Smart, the French fashion & lifestyle magazine reviews our efforts to revive Suixtil & compliments our efforts (choice of material, faithfulness to the original designs...) before concluding that "the passion is intact!" - well indeed it is, and you knew that!
The Swedish blog Esse Hominem ("To be a Man" in Latin) dissects our history before reviewing our Heritage line and calling it (what else) "faithful to the original designs of the 40s, 50s and early 60s, crafted from the finest materials and tailored for a perfect fit, comfort and enjoyment" - We, of course, agree. Thank you again.
The issue # 009 of Rewind (the Asian Historic Racing specialist) has a splendid piece on gentleman drivers - very cool in so many ways - and is loaded with incredible pictures of Suixtil moments. Check it out and get your copy!.
WPC- the official Porsche Club Magazine for the Wurttemberg region - praises Suixtil for its authenticity and heritage going back to Fangio, Behra, Trips, Herrmann, Bonnier and so many more. We love it.
Kustom World, from Italy (a magazine that promises Kustom Kulture, Art & Good Vibrations - yum yum!) reviews Suixtil. Our Italian is less than perfect, but words like "perfettamente" and "gentleman driver" are certainly in our vocabulary. Thank you!
The first edition of Ferdinand - no prize for guessing the magazine interest - will enjoy seeing Suixtil coasting along the East flank of the US on a 930 Turbo. Enjoy! (And thank you for the ride Pascal)
Todo Sobre Ruedas (TSR tv) hosts Facundo and Agustin Casse Marimon wearing Suixtil, just like Domingo and Onofre Marimon did more than 50 years ago
“I am very proud that I can wear the Suixtil brand again as my great and grandfather did in the past. For years I grew up seeing pictures, and I wondered about the brand, and now it is like a dream come true”, commented Facundo Casse Marimon
Essential Homme, leading online French fashion magazine for men, reveals how Suixtil will celebrate Juan Manuel Fangio's 100th anniversary with the rendition of the shirt worn by the champion
En cette annee de celebration du centenaire de Fangio, Suixtil a reedite la chemise jaune du pilote dont l’originale est exposee au Musee Fangio a Balcarce en Argentine. La reedition comprend deux declinaisons de la chemise : une avec manches courtes, nommee Balcarce et l’autre manches longues Buenos Aires.
The new Swedish magazine The Motorist has already spotted the Suixtil Grand Prix race gloves and describes how these gloves, improved on the classic ones, are a great fit for both classic and modern cars
"The Rally bag is roomy enough to carry more than your crash helmet and will easily double as a weekend bag. With generous leather trimmings, thick handles and sturdy lockable zipper, this bag is definitely designed to work for a living."
French magazine Autocollector features the Suixtil Heritage line for its excellent price/quality ratio while bringing back a great deal of nostalgy. In this edition the Monza cashmere sweater and the suede race cap are pictured.
Bild am Sonntag, Germany's biggest Sundaypaper, places Suixtil in its Top-10 and calls the original race pants suitable for "asphalt cowboys" even if they don‘t own a car
In den 1950er-Jahren, als feuerfeste overalls unbekannt waren, trugen Wolfgang Graf Berghe von Trips oder Stirling Moss bei Autorennen Baumwollhosen von Suixtil. Jetzt gibt es sie wieder – in original Argentiniablau, schon auch fu?r Asphaltcowboys ohne Auto.
Classic & Sportscar recommends the Suixtil rally bag to carry your racing kit in style
"As with all its products, the holdall was inspired by a design spotted in a period photo. The bag made of blue cotton and featuring leather handles and reinforced trimmings, would be perfect for storing a helmet and goggles."
Classic & Sports Car acclaims "the Suixtil Monaco jacket brings a real flavour of the 50s to the paddock and, as with all Suixtil's classic garments, the quality of materials, feel and detailing is superb"
Auto Motor Klassiek writes demanding classic car lovers wearing Suixtil make a real statement at any time and place
Suixtil gaat terug naar de jaren 50 toen het merk werd gedragen door legendes als Fangio, Moss, Behra, Kling, Collins etc. De Heritage line biedt stijlvolle produkten, met de nadruk op moderne materialen, kwaliteit en authenticiteit. Legendes zoals Fangio zouden trots zijn op dit vakmanschap.
Quote Netherlands calls Suixtil stylish clothing, perfectly wearable outside the race track too
Quote writes about the history of Suixtil, first in Argentina, then how it rapidly became associated with many of the greatest drivers at the time in Europe. No wonder Suixtil is referred to as the very first generation of race gear. For those aspiring to a race car, Suixtil offers many choices in polo shirts, sweaters and other accessories that will carry you right away to the days of Jim Clarck and Fangio. In the Netherlands, you can find Suixtil at Fitzroy & Everest.