Selle Italia Novus Boost TM Superflow Saddle

Selle Italia Novus Boost TM Superflow Saddle
Selle Italia Novus Boost TM Superflow Saddle
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Novus Boost TM Superflow Saddle by Selle Italia
Trickling down the elite performance features of the Novus saddle line, Selle Italia infuses racing-quality and comfort into the more accessibly priced Novas Boost TM Superflow. With the recognizable center Superflow channel, the Boost offers comfort and protection for long miles in the saddle, and its dual padding with variable density foam provides just the right support without adding unneeded weight. Designed with endurance road miles and fondos in mind, the Boost is wrapped in Selle Italia's Duro-Tek microfiber cover that adds strength, while extending the life of the saddle. Manganese saddle rails remain lightweight and brace against rougher road segments and bodyweight slams after exhaustive hill sprints.

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SKU: SELA09X
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