Last week saw the Cortina Winter Polo On Snow competition being contested, and as each year it featured the participation of Polo’s most important teams.
A prestigious and charming backdrop contributed towards the birth of a new project between Moncler and the team at Hotel de la Poste, which since 1989 has always participated in the snow polo tournaments held at Cortina and which has won nine editions, with excellent ranking on the green pitches of the United Arab Emirates (1998) and Rome (2003).
Moncler contributed by providing quilted jackets for the entire team, in the form of the warm and classic Everest model for the men and the Badia model for the ladies. Both were personalised with the coat of arms of the Maniaco family which owns the Hotel De La Poste, embroidered in gold on both chest and back.
The choice of jackets was far from coincidental, given the sporting and historical nature of both garments which are the natural development of the first quilted jacket to reach the summit of K2 with the Italian expedition in 1952.
The team commented: “…the Moncler jackets were essential for withstanding the low temperatures during the tournament at 1,800m above sea level. The finishing touches and lightness were outstanding… ”
This year, too, Hotel de la Poste won the Jaeger LeCoultre Gold Cup, once again signing the honours list of Cortina’s polo event.
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