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The Fizik Arione's versatility has made it an icon on the road and the cyclocross course, offering an excellent blend of performance and comfort. This R3 model takes the classic long shape that lets you find the perfect position for every riding scenario and builds it on strong yet lightweight chromoly rails and a fiberglass-reinforced nylon shell. The Wingflex design offers tuned flexibility for keeping you supported while ensuring an efficient pedal stroke, and the thermo-welded Microtex cover will outlast many seasons for even the most dedicated rider.
300 mm long x 130 mm wide. Claimed weight is 200 g.
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Comfortable and lightweight
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The Arione allows me to move around in different positions more easily than other saddles I've used. The shape felt a little awkward at first, but I grew accustomed to it after a couple weeks and don't notice the difference anymore. I've done many rides in the 50-100 mile range on this saddle and have no complaints. I was also pleasantly surprised that the Arione's actual weight on my scale-200g-was exactly as advertised.
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