Black, Havana and Teak are the leather colors used by Passier for saddles, bridles and accessories. Naturally maximum color fastness and color consistency are principal priorities as far as all leather colors are concerned. Given the right care, the colors therefore remain consistent and, if anything, become even more attractive in the course of daily use. The wide selection means the perfect color is available for every rider and every horse. A large selection based on tradition because each color has its own history and its currently-preferred field of use.
Black is the typical saddle color and is used on about 80% of all saddles today. Black is especially popular for dressage. It supports the elegant appearance of horse and rider.
Havana, the warm, dark brown is the ideal saddle color for chestnuts. Havana is mostly used in Europe today in the fields of all-purpose and jumping. Until the end of the sixties, Havana was by far the color most frequently used for saddles and accessories. Havana remains especially popular in Scandinavia and Asia.
Teak, the walnut brown resembles the color of teaks, that has lend the color its name. Teak is the most popular saddle color in the fields of jumping and all-purpose on the US market.