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Designed for unending comfort without compromising on performance, the Antares R3 Open from Fizik is the ideal saddle for those of us looking for a medium-profiled saddle with a cut-out to relieve pressure and numbness. Featuring a composite carbon-reinforced nylon shell, the R3 version comes with Fizik's K:ium rails, providing incredible stiffness-to-weight ratings while weighing less than titanium. A durable Microtex cover wraps over the Comfort Core foam layer, enhanced further by the anatomic cut-out, avoiding pressure over your sensitive soft tissue areas.
The Fizik Antares R3 Open Saddle is designed with Fizik's Spine Concept, ideally suited to Chameleon riders with medium body flexibility and low pelvic rotation while pedaling.
- Medium-profile performance road saddle with anatomic cut-out.
- Integrated Clip System compatible
- Spine concept: Chameleon.
- Carbon-reinforced nylon shell.
- 7mm K:ium rails.
- Microtex cover with Comfort Core foam layer.
- Length: 274mm.
- Width: 140mm (Regular) / 152mm (Large) .
- Claimed weight: 220 grams.
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Well according to Fizik, Antares is somewhere between race and relaxed. Id agree. Its pretty flat and appears small until you measure it to, lest say a gravel bike seat. I love it. Minimal and not long to get very acclimated
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