WTB Silverado Carbon Saddle

WTB Silverado Carbon Saddle
WTB Silverado Carbon Saddle
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Silverado Carbon Saddle by WTB
With a slight rise out back and a long, tapered nose, the Silverado's time-tested long, narrow design supports your body especially well on steep climbs and long road rides because it doesn't impede free movement while pedaling. Carbon rails shed grams, recommending this model for cross-country, road, and gravel racing.

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