WTB Rocket Titanium Saddle

WTB Rocket Titanium Saddle
WTB Rocket Titanium Saddle
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Rocket Titanium Saddle by WTB
If you hypothetically had a whole fleet of bikes, from DH to enduro to XC to road, the Rocket Titanium Saddle would be a killer choice for each and every one. Popular with riders of all stripes, the Rocket uses DNA padding in key spots, reducing weight and conforming to your anatomy almost like memory foam. It also features WTB's Flex-Tuned shell, which offers an ideal combination of suppleness and stiffness, providing awesome support and efficiency at the same time. Even better, the appropriately named Love Channel provides relief to sensitive areas, and the different width options let you find the perfect saddle for your anatomy, riding style, and preferred terrain.

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SKU: WTBF13J
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