Next month at SIHH 2018 Jaeger-LeCoultre will officially debut the Reverso Tribute Duoface with a strap made by bootmaker Casa Fagliano. With a strong heritage making polo boots by hand, the Casa Fagliano straps are a perfect match for the Reverso, a timepiece that was created in 1931 to withstand the polo matches of the British Army officers in India.

The front of the watch has a slate gray satin-brushed sunray finish dial with hours, minutes, and seconds. On the opposite side is a second time-zone and day/night indicator with a Clous de Paris guilloche pattern on an opaline dial.

The Reverso Duoface Tribute comes in a pink gold case and is limited to 100 pieces.

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