Syncros XR1.0 Carbon Saddle - Women's

Syncros XR1.0 Carbon Saddle - Women's
Syncros XR1.0 Carbon Saddle - Women's
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XR1.0 Carbon Saddle - Women's by Syncros
Syncros' top-end XR 1. 0 Carbon Saddle was designed with a women's-specific fit and just enough cushioning for roosting berms and railing turns down singletrack all day. The addition of 7 x 9mm carbon rails and a carbon-injected nylon base add to the saddle's vibration damping powers across root-latticed trails and rocky climbs. Not strictly a race saddle, the XR 1. 0 has a light layer of PU cushioning for added comfort over long rides. The soft microfiber outer cover wrapped over the entire saddle to protect it from wear-and-tear from the elements is strictly race-minded, though. Syncros includes a pressure-relief channel in the middle of the saddle for a strategic distribution of weight, and the positive material surrounding the channel is shaped to accommodate women's anatomies. The XR 1. 0 is also available in two width options, so you don't have to sacrifice comfort for this lightweight, efficient addition to your mountain bike.

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SKU: YNS0003
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