Mido and Parkour athletes share a passion for architecture. The company and these masters
of concrete also share the same core values of audacity, precision, and a constant quest for
perfection. To take this association to new heights, Mido has launched a collaboration with
three young Parkour sportsmen at the top of their game: the Australian Brodie Pawson, the
Frenchman Thomas Mougne and the Mexican Ricardo Gonzalez Martinez. With a sturdy
Multifort on their wrists, these three friends of the brand communicate their passion through
photos and videos on their Instagram accounts, embodying Mido’s confidence in the future
and its relationship with architecture.
This shared passion for architecture has driven Mido to collaborate with three of these urban athletes
at the top of their game: the Australian Brodie Pawson and the Frenchman Thomas Mougne, both
Parkour professionals, and the Mexican Ricardo Gonzalez Martinez, a model and Parkour expert.
With a sturdy and uncompromising Multifort on their wrists, these three friends of the brand are
equipped to attack the concrete. The constant pursuit of perfection, hard work, courage and precision
– these are the traits shared by Mido and Parkour, the sporting discipline that transforms urban
features into obstacles to be overcome.
“I feel a connection with Mido and its timepieces. We share the
same passion for architecture. When I practise Parkour, I draw
inspiration for my movements from my surroundings. My
decisions and actions are dictated by the challenge presented
by the architecture.”
The Multifort is a sporty, masculine timepiece designed for
surpassing limits and exploring new horizons. Inspired by the
design of Sydney Harbour Bridge, the collection reflects strength
In reference to the vertical lines of the Harbour Bridge, the superb
dials are decorated with Geneva stripes that reveal their subtlety in
plays of light. Multiforts are equipped with latest-generation
automatic movements, and are water-resistant to a pressure of 10
bar (100 m / 330 ft).
Mido draws inspiration for its collections from some of the world’s
most iconic monuments. Like these exceptional architectural
achievements, Mido’s watch creations feature a timeless design and
are manufactured to impeccable quality standards, the product of an
acute eye for design and perfect technical mastery.
TECHNICAL INFORMATION M005.614.36.051.22
Automatic chronograph Mido 1320 (base ETA Valjoux 7750) 131⁄4’’’, Ø30.00 mm, height:
7.90 mm, 25 jewels, 28,800 vph, NIVABLOC and NIVACOURBE anti-shock systems,
gold-plated glucydur balance, ANACHRON balance-spring, NIVAFLEX NM mainspring.
Finely decorated movement with blued screws, circular-grained bridges, oscillating
weight decorated with Geneva stripes and Mido logo. Adjusted on 5 different positions
for high accuracy. Min. 48 hours of power reserve.
HMS + Chrono + Day + Date
Time: Hour and minute hands. Small seconds indicator at 9 o’clock.
Chrono: 60-second aperture in the centre, 30-minute aperture at 12 o’clock. 12-hour .
316L stainless steel with black PVD treatment, Ø44 mm, 3 pieces, sapphire crystal with
anti-reflective treatment on both sides, screwed case back, transparent case back
revealing the finely decorated Elaboré-grade movement, engraved serial number,
water-resistant up to a pressure of 10 bars (100 m / 330 ft).
Black, vertical Geneva stripes, snailed anthracite counters, orange Super-LumiNova®
on the indexes, day and date at 3 o’clock.