Brooks England B33 Saddle

Brooks England B33 Saddle
Brooks England B33 Saddle
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B33 Saddle by Brooks England
Spring into your morning commute by riding astride the Brooks Heritage B33 Saddle. Loaded with rear coil springs and a front loop, this leather-covered saddle brings comfort and utility to your city cycle with vintage aesthetic from its original 1938 design. Brooks built it burly, so larger commuters can rest easy as they pedal their way through busy, pothole-ridden streets.

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SKU: BHS0020
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