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SELLE ITALIA SP-01 Tekno Superflow S Carbon Saddle / Accessory

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Selle Italia SP-01 Tekno Superflow S3 Saddle Carbon. Fruit of a modern combination of the properties of carbon, the SP-01 Tekno Superflow S saddle incorporates a revolutionary concept of style, combining comfort with aesthetics and resistance. Designed specifically for road cycling, with a rear structure divided into two independent parts, which guarantees perfect suspension in movement with an effective displacement of the pelvis without compromising stability whilst pedalling.

Main Features:

  • Frame made of Hi-Tech Carbon Ø7x9 high strength carbon fibre
  • Full Carbon: with the shell made entirely in carbon.
  • With Fiber-Tek, a technical microfiber that guarantees resistance and lightness of the saddle, even on long distances.
  • Superflow Technology, which drastically reduces all physical discomfort caused by prolonged pressure in the pelvic area and allows you to find an optimal position and very comfortable.
  • S3 Idmatch, with “narrow” intertrochanteric (between the two femurs) distance and high pelvic rotation.
  • Light product, as it has an excellent lightness and the highest level of resistance.
  • Use specific for road cycling.
  • Dimensions: 130x286mm
  • Weight: 140g.
  • Supports a maximum weight of 90Kg.

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