Balancing a supportive platform with just the right amount of cushion to rail the descents, Ergon's SME3 Pro Titanium Saddle is something of an enduro racing dream. Starting with a thin, supportive, Y-flex carbon composite shell, the SME3 features three-dimensional pockets under the sit bone area filled with a highly elastic padding to absorb bumps from the trail. Ergon further boosts the comfort factor with a pressure relieving channel running down the center of the SME3 to reduce the trail's impact on sensitive tissues. The SME3's utilizes a flattened profile that won't get in the way as you shift you weight to manage steep drops and tight corners, and it features friction-reducing silicone coating on the edges of the saddle for smooth, chafe-free pedal rotations. When things do inevitably go sideways, a durable microfiber cover increases the chances that you'll be able to dust off and get back to riding without needing a new saddle.
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