WTB Silverado Steel Saddle

WTB Silverado Steel Saddle
WTB Silverado Steel Saddle
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Silverado Steel Saddle by WTB
Revered for its narrow profile and longer nose, the WTB Silverado Steel Saddle holds nothing back on its race-performance pursuits. The extended nose provides all the real estate you need on the trails, whether riding towards the front in a compact climbing position or hovering towards the rear to plant that back-wheel into the dirt for maximum traction. The optimized padding-to-weight ratio hit a sweet spot, which makes the Silverado useful for road riding as well if you want to get longer miles of chasing that golden light. The steel rails tip the scales as the heaviest in the Silverado line-up at 295 grams.

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SKU: WTBF13E
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