RECARO Socks out of a Porsche 911

Journal | New Brand

Grab a seat and check out Recaro’s latest offerings in the CD Shop

Legendary innovators Recaro bring their latest offerings of apparel and homeware to the CD Shop. Get it before we nab it all!


It’s a brand that has been an integral part of the automotive industry for over 100 years. Despite often being found in aeroplanes and trains, the Recaro we know and adore are often the first things we sink into when stepping into a car, and this was all thanks to some very early collaborations with Porsche, BMW, Opel, and many more.

In 1965, Recaro presented the first sports seat at the Frankfurt Motor Show: a lightweight, safe, and ergonomic seat with a distinct design and impeccable craftsmanship. The results speak for themselves, and the brand has gone on to create some of our all-time favourite hip-hugging sports seats. To allow enthusiasts of the brand to share their love of Recaro, the brand has since entered various other markets with great success, whether it’s in gaming or apparel, every Recaro item is united by a common vision of enhancing the performance and well-being of people in motion.

RECARO Pepita first aid kit
RECARO T-Shirt worn by a model

From the vibrant selection of items we currently have in the CD Shop, our pick would be the stunning handmade leather first aid kit. Created using a combination of high-quality natural tanned leather and the original remade Recaro Pepita seat fabric, this handy set has everything you need should the worst happen, including a warning vest, rescue blanket and warning triangle.

If you’re looking for something to complete your look, Recaro’s range of branded tees are also a great place to start. The ‘Spektrum’ tee for example uses a design that’s synonymous with motorsport during the 1960s, showcasing the brand’s rich history in some of the world’s most famous races.

So, if you’re looking to bring some quality and comfort to your wardrobe and stock up on some fantastic accessories, why not check out the entire Recaro range in the CD Shop?