Comfortable, supportive, and durable--it's easy to see why the SDG Bel-Air has been a rider favorite for over 20 years. The Bel-Air V3 borrows the proven profile of the original, but comes with a host of refinements that bring it up to speed with modern trail bikes. The new saddle is slimmed down, featuring a shorter overall length, reduced hips for a sleeker appearance, and a wider nose to aid in climbing. Free-floating rail inserts allow more forgiveness at the wings, and there's a new hidden cut-out that relieves pressure and improves comfort. Durability is also improved thanks to ATMOS Shaping, which eliminates the need for bumpers, staples, or glue--leaving a seamless vacuum-sealed cover that's built to withstand the test of time.
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