Selle Italia Novus Flow L Saddle

Selle Italia Novus Flow L Saddle
$72.20 $189.99 62% off
Novus Flow L Saddle by Selle Italia
Price subject to change | SKU: SEL001M

Selle Italia Novus Flow L Saddle

Durability, comfort, style -- few saddle manufacturers embody these qualities like Selle Italia, and fewer still have done so for over a century. The Novus Flow L Saddle falls right in step with that tradition, delivering exceptional comfort to shepherd you through any ride or race adventure in timeless style. The Flow L gets its name from the noticeable cutout down the center of the saddle that lets cooling air flow through and helps relieve pressure on your perineal artery and surrounding sensitive tissues. This cutout also increases comfort by shifting the contact points to your sit bones, which are much better equipped to handle the weight without pain or constriction. Say goodbye to numb nethers and hello to many miles of comfortable pedaling. Selle Italia adds just a bit more padding to the Novus Flow L Saddle than it does for the top-of-the-line SLR saddles, allowing the Novus Flow to maintain comfort across a wide range of cycling endeavors. Whether you're tackling trails, climbing a pristine mountain pass on tarmac, or wrestling the mud on a cyclocross bike, this saddle can handle it all and keep you comfy throughout. The Selle Italia Novus Flow L Saddle is available in a long, generously wide profile to provide a range of positioning options to riders of all levels and disciplines. Riders with narrower sit bones may prefer the Novus Flow S with its narrower, 137mm stance.

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