June 09, 2014

Maserati and La Martina collaborate on bespoke luxury polo saddle

Maserati and polo brand La Martina have collaborated on a one-off, hand-made, luxury polo saddle in celebration of Maserati's Centennial Polo Tour.

Using the finest quality, carefully-selected full-grain leather and suede, the saddle was created in Argentina by La Martina's
expert craftsman.

The blue, black and silver colour scheme is inspired by Maserati's luxurious road cars, including the new premium executive Ghibli saloon.

The navy blue suede seat contrasts against the black suede skirt and black full-grain leather flaps, which bear the Maserati Centenary and La Martina brands, embossed in stylish silver leaf.

The saddle sits smartly on a custom saddle pad, also bearing the iconic Maserati trident and nameplate.

Befitting the high performance cars from which it draws inspiration, La Martina’s cutting-edge and premium saddle design provides the rider with maximum comfort, stability and control, ensuring a safe and enjoyable ride in a fast-paced polo match.

The saddle was created in celebration of the Maserati Centennial Polo Tour which comes to the UK on June 15, 2014 at the Jerudong Park Trophy at Cirencester Park Polo Club, where the saddle will be displayed.

Cirencester Park Polo Club is one of the UK's oldest and most esteemed polo clubs and has played host to many high profile polo players including HRH The Duke of Cambridge and HRH Prince Harry who take part in the coveted match each year in aid of their charities.

The Maserati Centennial Polo Tour, which takes in some of the world's most prestigious tournaments, is one of several high profile celebrations marking 100 years of the iconic Italian brand.

Having already visited the USA and China, the tour moves from the UK to the United Arab Emirates in the autumn. In early 2015 a grand finale event takes place in Maserati's home country, Italy, during which the tour's best player will receive the Maserati Centennial Award.


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