Clean, modern aesthetics and refreshingly affordable prices: UK-based newcomer Fabric hasn't taken long to attract well-deserved attention from the glossies for its saddles' functionality, and we're thrilled to see the brand getting its due. For 2017, it expanded its line of tri-specific saddles to include three different rail materials to accommodate everyone from novice triathletes to dedicated semi-pros. The Tri Race Saddle caters to those somewhere in the middle of the above categories. It's built on durable, lightweight titanium rails, features Fabric's signature waterproof microfiber cover, and comes shaped to complement tri and TT bike geometry. Aside from rail material, and subsequently weight, nothing separates each of the saddles in Fabric's Tri line. A short, wide shape better supports your nether regions in the flatter, stretched-out body position in which tri and TT bikes situate riders, and Fabric thoughtfully includes features like a bike hanger and rear bottle mount to help streamline transition area setups and race day hydration. The Race comes with a nylon base that allows for comfort-enhancing flex, to which Fabric fuses foam padding and a microfiber cover, creating an extremely light saddle that feels like one streamlined piece.
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