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Fabric’s Tri Pro Saddle with carbon rails features a pressure-relieving center channel in combination with a short, triathlon-specific shape to keep time-trialists riding comfortably at mach speed. Using a flat profile for maximum aero efficiency, it culminates in a blunt-nose so you can sit farther forward to achieve the optimal riding position. Using their unique bonding process, the Tri Pro Saddle’s waterproof microfiber cover is molded to the supportive PU foam without the use of staples or glue. On bottom, the titanium rails are hollow to reduce weight, and the nylon base is tuned to flex in sync with your pedalling without feeling slack. As if there could be any doubt, an integrated bike-hanger plus clip-on bottle cage mount on the back shows this saddle is all business.
134 mm wide x 270 mm long. Claimed weight is 176 g.
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Good integrated solution for Triathlon
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.
I have been searching for a triathlon saddle for a couple of years. Tried Specialized Sitero, Bontrager Hilo, Pro Aerofuel II. So far I really like this Fabric Tri saddle, it's comfortable both in and out of aerobar. Used it recently on a metric century with about 2000 ft of climbing, and it felt good the whole time. The integrated bottle mount is great and can be easily swap out.
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