The Selle Rouge is the latest in a line of models that have left a mark on their era. In the late 1960s, the first close-contact saddle, the Steinkraus, was designed for the American Bill Steinkraus. In 2013, the Hermès Cavale, developed with partner rider Simon Delestre, was unveiled. Six years later, it was succeeded by the Hermès Cavale II, the first saddle with a seam-free seat suitable for riding out of the saddle. For years, the house has relied on the experience of a team of French and foreign partner riders from the three Olympic disciplines. In 2016, the similarly innovative Hermès Arpège with its extra-deep seat was developed for dressage with rider Jessica von Bredow-Werndl, followed by the Hermès Vivace saddle, presented in 2019 and now adopted by Astier Nicolas, double medal-winner in Rio.
As the custodian of this heritage, the Selle Rouge reveals its truly unique identity. Combining technical sophistication – seat depth, lightness, comfort – with elegance, it brings horse and human together, while revealing Hermès’ saddlery art in an unprecedented way https://magyargenerikus.com/..al-jelly-ar-online/.