Celebrate Rio with the Brazil flag polo belt

From Britain to Brazil

pampeano transports you to Rio with the release of its limited edition Brazil Flag polo belt.

Rio 2016

The whole world is gearing up for the biggest and most exciting sporting event of the year. 2016 marks the first time that the games have been held in South America. To celebrate, pampeano is launching their limited edition Brazil Flag polo belt, which is hand-crafted in South America by master artisans.

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The motto for the Olympic games in Rio is “Live your passion”. This is an inspiring statement that perfectly aligns with pampeano’s values. With this in mind, pampeano has created the Brazil flag polo belt to transport the spirit and passion of Rio to every supporter.

Brazil Flag

Bright yellow, green, blue and white saddlery threads are meticulously hand-woven onto thick, butter-soft leather. Echoing the Brazil flag, it represents world-class sportsmanship and vibrant carnival celebrations. The innovative, hand-stitched design of this polo belt is the epitome of South America. It is inspired by the landscape and brought to life using the finest South American materials, and traditional  artisans.

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pampeano

pampeano has its roots in South America, with a long-standing heritage of sportsmanship and passion. The limited edition Brazil flag polo belt is an unmissable treasure of 2016 to truly mark the celebrations and memories of this year’s games. Whether you are supporting in Rio or from afar, an authentic pampeano polo belt allows you to take a little piece of South America with you wherever you go.  It represents excellence through its exquisite quality and craftsmanship.

At your request, pampeano can hand-emboss letters onto the leather belt loop for a truly bespoke piece of luxury that you will cherish for years. If not adding your own initials, why not add your country’s and show the world who you’re supporting.

 

 

 

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