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Noteworthy Neutral Support.
Fizik's Antares R1 Versus EVO offers high-performance support to riders that need a neutral saddle profile and a full-length pressure relief channel.
Made for “Chameleon” riders with medium body flexibility and low pelvic rotation while pedaling, this saddle has a neutral profile with flex, so you can move around to find your optimal position for generating power and sustained comfort.
The shell is made from composite Carbon-reinforced nylon, featuring Wing Flex technology that enables flexibility where your thighs meet the saddle. The rail is made from lightweight yet strong, Braided Carbon. Comfort Core foam beneath the sleek, durable Microtex cover ensures comfort that’s further enhanced by the full-length pressure relief channel that helps reduce pressure on sensitive soft tissue while also distributing support across the entire surface of the saddle so your weight is properly supported.
Features & Specs:
Carbon-reinforced nylon shell.
7x9mm Carbon Braided rail.
Light Microtex cover.
Comfort Core foam padding.
Dimensions: 275x142mm; 275x152mm (large).
Weight: 179g; 185g (large).
Integrated Clip System compatible
- Full Pressure Relief Channel.
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