Radar MTN Ti-Alloy Saddle - Men's by SDG Components
When you're heading out for an all day epic ride, connecting peak to peak, and rallying down rock gardens in between, you want the right balance of support, performance, and comfort. We don't just mean in your kit, or your trusty steed, but you'll also surely want a saddle that does the job as well, like the SDG Radar MTN Ti-Alloy Saddle. The Radar blends key features from SDG's popular Circiut, Fly, and Duster MTB saddles to combine performance with all day comfort. It features titanium-alloy rails that use free-float comfort flex positioning that works along with optimal pressure distribution technology to allow increased wing flex while riding to alleviate pressure to the sit bones, and perineum boosting comfort while you ride. In the center you'll find a recessed groove, relieving pressure with a hidden undercut to give you relief on your anatomy when you've got long stretches in the saddle up steep fire roads. The saddle is finished off with a rear buzz cutout to protect the saddle from beefy back wheels when you sink into your suspension, and a top made with a blend of microfiber that's soft against your shorts, and KEVLAR on the sides to hold up to abuse on the trail.
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