While Terry Bicyles might be best known for their stellar line of women's products, they also make saddles like the Fly Cromoly Men's Saddle so guys can get in on the company's renowned comfortable ride. Whether you're on the rivet attacking the peloton or wandering through scenic country gravel, this saddle is ready to support you comfortably through any type of ride. The Fly's most noticeable feature is a large cutout down the middle of the saddle, which lets in cooling air flow and reduces pressure on the perineal artery and surrounding sensitive tissue. This cutout shifts the weighted contact points to your sit bones, which are far more able to support weight comfortably. Say goodbye to numbness and pain, and hello to hours and hours of comfy time in the saddle. Less apparent, although not less appreciated details include varying density foam that's softer towards the front of the saddle for a boost of cushion and firmer towards the rear of the saddle for increased sit bone support and efficiency through the pedal stroke. The entire top of the saddle is seamless to reduce friction and chafing, and the cover is synthetic for a vegan-friendly ride.
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