SDG Components Fly JR Steel Saddle

SDG Components Fly JR Steel Saddle
SDG Components Fly JR Steel Saddle
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Fly JR Steel Saddle by SDG Components
Sometimes saddles break or just don't cut it. If it's time to replace your little ripper's saddle, the Fly Jr from SDG will have them shredding in style. SDG claims this is the industry's first branded MTB saddle for kids.The shape is anatomically designed for smaller sit bones and riding positions. The rear of the saddle features a slight rise platform that enhances pelvic rotation and ensures all of your grom's power gets to the pedals. Plush PU foam provides comfort for hours and the synthetic leather cover and cordura sides provides durability so when the time comes they outgrow their current ride, you can swap this saddle to the new bike.The saddle shares the same oversized nose platform proportionate to the saddle as the adult SDG saddles aiding in climbing steep ascents. Also mirroring other saddles in the SDG line is the peri-canal which provides continuous relief from tip to tail and eliminates pressure points.

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SKU: SDC000C
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