Selle Italia SP-01 Boost Tekno Superflow Saddle

Selle Italia SP-01 Boost Tekno Superflow Saddle
Selle Italia SP-01 Boost Tekno Superflow Saddle
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SP-01 Boost Tekno Superflow Saddle by Selle Italia
Selle Italia continues to out-do itself with their lightest road saddle yet, the SP-01 Boost Tekno Superflow. A slimmed-down version of the Tekno Superflow, the Boost eliminates the top padding and cover in favor of a fully carbon construction in this short saddle, weighing only 105g in the S3 width. The Boost Tekno features the same rear frame design as the Tekno, which allows independent flexing of the left and right sides of the saddle to more comfortably support the alternating movements of your hips while pedaling. A large center cutout relieves perineal pressure and improves blood flow to the area, helping to reduce numbness or pain on long days in the saddle.

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SKU: SELA09N
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