HPL Polo Jerseys In Action
The Hawaii Polo Life jersey collection is tried and tested by some of the world's most renowned polo players. Check out the jerseys in action on some of the 2017 Kahala Hotel and Resort 2017 HIPA Invitational of Polo players!
Ignacio 'Inaki' Laprida (7 goals) in the 2017 HIPA Invitational Jersey. Laprida comes from a family of polo players, and played his first tournament at age seven.
Nano Gracida (4 goals) and Santi Torres (7 goals) in the Jersey Collection at the 2017 HIPA Invitational in Honolulu. Santi, also known as 'The Polo Kid', was the youngest American polo player to go pro at just 11 years old. Born and raised in California, Santi adopted the polo lifestyle from his parents, Kelita and the now late Miguel Torres Sr.
HPL Ambassador Mariano 'Nano' Gracida (4 goals) is the youngest son of legendary horseman Carlos Gracida. Nano has won more than 20 goal tournaments, including the East Coast Open, the Ylsikar Cup and the Herbie Pennell Cup.
Left to right: Simon 'Sly' Keyte (6 goals), John Paul Clarkin (7 goals), Santi Torres (7 goals), Gaston 'Mono' Gassiebayle (6 goals) at the Cartier winner's circle, sporting the 2017 Kahala Hotel and Resort 2017 HIPA Invitational of Polo Jersey.
Simon 'Sly' Keyte (6 goals) at the 2017 HIPA Invitational. When he's not in the UK playing during the European polo season, Keyte is based in New Zealand running Mystery Creek Polo Club. There he spends a great portion of his time training and educating the next generation of Kiwi polo players.