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Hermes horse riding cap in navy, Clou de Selle tabs. "Hermès Sellier - USEF" Clou de Selle monogram, USA flag on the back. Limited edition. (100 % cotton)
Ref. H133005N I258
Hermès is proud to have been selected by USEF as the official technical apparel supplier of the United States equestrian teams. This partnership represents our continued commitment to equestrian sports, ensuring that riders and horses alike have access to the best products available to meet the demands of competition at the highest level.Beginning with the 2014 World Equestrian Games, the team riders and their horses have been wearing the specially designed collection in the American national colors. Each article bears a distinctive Hermès Sellier saddle nail incorporating the USEF signature, created by Hermès as a symbol of the partnership. The collection specifically consists of a competition jacket, shirt and tie, breeches, a waterproof jacket, a softshell jacket, a riding polo shirt and a cap for the riders; and saddle pads and fly bonnets for their horses.Saddler since 1837, Hermès perpetuates its commitment to the equestrian world with passion, and will donate a portion of the sales proceeds from this collection to the USEF, thereby contributing to the development of equestrian sports in the United States.
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