Selle Italia has been sending it into the future at full speeds with its Superflow saddles, with the SP-01 turning heads thanks to its modern style that does more than just look aesthetically pleasing. It features a minimalist design with a lofty center cutout to relieve pressure to the perineum that forgoes traditional instinct to close up at the back, instead opting to keep things open for better flex under pressure, vibration damping, and support through long miles that can leave your ischial bones feeling numb -- or worse, pulsing with aches. The saddle is built with lightweight manganese rails that balance affordability with weight, scaling in a few grams heavier than the titanium and carbon options, and a fraction of the price. The rails create a stiff and supportive perch for the saddle, allowing the wings to flex anatomically with you, without giving too much when support is critical for pushing to the front of the peloton. The saddle comes in two different sizes to accommodate different sit-bone widths, and features a longer 288mm length to offer a steep perch on punchy climbs. Its finished off with a Fibra-Tek cover that withstands abrasion against shorts, so you can count on it to last through the long miles ahead.
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