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Cobb Cycling
V-Flow Saddle

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$209.99
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All Day Comfort

John Cobb has been an innovative name in the cycling industry since 1972. The V-Flow is his original saddle created for cyclists of any level, using the feedback of those cyclists. The V-Flow is equipped with a ventilating pressure relief channel and multi-density memory foam that is sure to keep you cool and comfortable throughout a long day on the road. While the smooth shape will keep you comfortable no matter the distance of your ride, this saddle is equally capable of tearing it up on the mountain thanks to its molded inner shell. No matter what your ride brings, this saddle will keep you comfortable and supported.

 

Saddle Type: Road Saddles 

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