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Renowned versatility and comfort.
The Fabric Scoop carries over from its beginnings under the Charge brand name to continue giving riders an all around option for comfort and versatility no matter how you're built or how you like to ride. Using a simple three-piece construction, the Scoop is comfortable, easy to clean, and lightweight. A unidirectional carbon fiber base is covered with a soft, vacuum-bonded microfiber top, and it is slim, waterproof, and durable despite its lack of staples or any other unnecessary materials. The Scoop is offered in a variety of curvature profiles and padding levels that include Flat for an aerodynamic race position, Shallow for a less aggressive riding style, and Radius, their most curved and padded option for an upright position. This Ultimate version features 7 mm x 9 mm carbon fiber rails and claimed weights of 162 g for the Flat model, 182 g for the Shallow model, and 180 g for the Radius model.
142 mm width x 282 mm length.
Other styles of this product are available.
Our Price $240.29
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I am a long time commuter and touring rider with many saddles this is a fast saddle
Mid west cold rain and snow
1 of 4 customers found this review helpful.
I like the ride, It works for me, I am sure it will not work for everyone but I think it could if any saddle would work for all this is the saddle. The saddle is fast and over time does not hurt.
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