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Gravel Grinding Isn't Always Easy On Your Body, That's Why Prologo Made The AGX
Introducing the Prologo Dimension AGX 143 Saddle, designed for Adventure/Gravel/Cyclocross (AGX). As the official technical partner of the Strade Bianche (Italy's most famous gravel race), Prologo wanted to create the most versatile line of saddles ever, ready to accompany and support riders in any condition and environment.
The AGX was designed with three key features: the 'V-Shape,' the Carbon Fiber Base, and the PAS cut-out channel.
V-Shape: the V-Shape allows a more advanced seat in the saddle, eliminating the pressure in the frontal perineal area and providing more support in the rear part.
Carbon Fiber Base: in combination with Prologo's shock-absorbing saddle foam, it offers elasticity and shock absorption.
PAS: the channel avoids pressure spikes and numbness by increasing blood circulation. Ergonomic design and variable density foams eliminate pressure points in the perineal area.
- Wider 143mm width to distribute weight
- Gravel & CX specific design
- Size: 245x143mm
- Weight with Tirox (alloy) rail: 187gr
- Weight with T4.0 (chromoly) rail: 220gr
B-Stock - This product has one or more B-Stock units available. These units can be purchased at a discount (see option select). B-Stock units were returned from other customers and may have missing or damaged packaging materials. Saddle rails may have minor scratches. These units are otherwise as new. The full manufacturer warranty applies. Click Here for more information.
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