The great Italian polymath Leonardo Da Vinci was once quoted saying “simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.” Besides being the namesake of countless pizza joints for the past one-hundred years or so, he was also a busy lad, having pursued drawing, painting, sculpture, architecture, music, geology, and more quite extensively (hence the title polymath). He walked our green Earth during the late-fifteenth century in what is now present-day Italy. Speaking of present-day Italy, one brand that we carry was founded and maintains its headquarters there: Sabelt.
Last week, we shared part one of this little series that we’re not sure how long will last. But hey, let’s see how long it goes! Here’s a solid product that follows the “more is less” mantra, albeit with a slight philosophical spin: simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.
Sabelt Steel Series 6-Point Racing Harness
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