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Ergon SR Comp Men
$99.95
Seated pressure relief for male road cyclists. Flat contour, yet still comfortably padded. The overall shape and the relief channel with its deep cut-out perfectly match the male anatomy in a low, forward-tilted riding position typical of road cycling. The highly sensitive perineal area is effectively unloaded, preventing any discomfort. OrthoCell Inlays in the seating area generate the best possible pressure distribution. The innovative OrthoCell material ensures maximum reset forces and is also more durable and lighter than gel.
Ergon SM E-Mountain Core Prime Saddle
$159.95
The Core saddle is made for the riding position that's typical for E-MTBs. Seating comfort is dramatically enhanced while your lower back is relieved. The rear ramp supports the rider better in steep uphill situations when seated and also improves your riding skills: To achieve the best possible traction, your body weight needs to be transferred evenly onto the bike through the saddle, which is why the 3D-flexibility of the ergonomic core improves power transfer dramatically. - Strongly raised ramp for maximum support from behind, helps to stabilize your position on the bike and saves energy when riding uphill - The Relief channel helps to avoid numbness and provides increased protection for soft-tissue areas - Maximum seating comfort thanks to the thick padding, even on very long rides - Gender: Women's - Rail Material: Chromoly - Clamp Style: Standard Rails - Material: Synthetic
Ergon SMC Core
$159.95
The patented Core design allows the saddle to effortlessly follow pelvic movements – enormously reducing pressure on the sit bones and genital area. The floating TwinShell concept with the ergonomic core supports the natural pelvic movements while pedaling, actively relieves the sit bones, and reliably dampens bumps caused by the riding surface. - S/M fit sit-bone width of 9-12cm, M/L fits 12-16cm - Saddle shell made of Nylon Composite - 220 lb recommended max rider weight limit
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