Selle SMP Glider Saddle -Men's

Selle SMP Glider Saddle -Men's
Selle SMP Glider Saddle -Men's
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Glider Saddle -Men's by Selle SMP
The Glider, much like the rest of the saddles in SMP's lineup has a distinctive drop nose, helping relieve pressure over soft tissue regions. This design also promotes more comfort while in an aero position, since there's less pressure as you reach for the drops, letting your pelvis roll forward while maintaining a flatter back. This Glider model is built on a carbon-reinforced shell with alloy rails to balance strength, weight, and price.

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SKU: SLLA00U
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