Being very kind to the scales and shedding over 100 grams to the entry-level SL8, the WTB SL8 Carbon Saddle instantly becomes the best friend of weight-conscious racers. The 155 gram SL8 Carbon rewards you with a weight that is on-par with top-tier carbon saddles, but at a more budget-minded cost. The sleek and trim profile immediately sets a strikingly different tone than WTB's traditional line-up. Built for uncompromised, racing comfort and shedding all unneeded weight, the SL8 is the elite saddle for performance-focused riders. The shortened overall length makes your on-off bike transitions seamless and snag-free, while the narrowed main body of the SL8 reduces thigh chaffing as you're tucking in for effective time-trial positioning. Thin padding helps maximize road feedback and keep the overall weight low.WTB recommends the SL8 for mixed-uses from adventure road to drop-in gravity racing.
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