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Black/Black - Shallow (134mm)
Black/Black - Shallow

Line Titanium Saddle

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Put it on the line.

Fabric's Line Race Saddle features a pressure-relieving center channel while retaining sleek looks atop titanium rails for the racer that wants added comfort. Using their unique bonding process, the Line Elite Saddle's waterproof microfiber cover is molded to the supportive PU foam without the use of staples or glue. On the bottom, the titanium rails are hollow to reduce weight, and the nylon base is tuned to flex in sync with your pedal stroke without feeling slack.

Available in multiple colors. 134 mm wide x 270 mm long Claimed weight is 237 g


  • Shallow profile allows movement and comfort for long distance riding
  • Titanium rails
  • Microfiber bonded cover
  • Nylon base

Saddle Type: Cut-Away Saddles 


Saddle Type: Road Saddles 

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Nice fitting, very comfortable.
by Hound Dog
Cycling Enthusiast

Seat is comfortable, provides good support. Exterior fabric is grippy thus providing good traction while downhilling however hard to make small changes to your seating position. Overall great saddle, great price.

Reviewed 11/11/2017
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Different From Other Fabric Saddles
by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast

Not as wide as other Fabric saddles, so less chance chaffing thighs. Good amount of side to side curvature. Cushioning is medium firm. Center channel does not extend full length of saddle and compared to other brands is less prominent. Seems well made. Not going into comfort or how it feels as that is unique to each rider.

Reviewed 4/11/2019
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