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Selle SMP
Composit Saddle

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A seriously comfortable ride in any position thanks to a seriously unorthodox design. The Selle SMP Composit Saddle features a dropped nose and large cut-away center relieve pressure to sensitive areas while promoting blood flow and virtually eliminating numbness. Made in Italy.

  • Nap leather cover
  • AISI 304 tubular steel rails
  • 263mm x 129mm
  • 200g
  • Available in Black, Silver, Red and White
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Finally the one
by Roger regorex
Cycling Enthusiast

Finally found the one. Tried the fizik saddles - Antares,aliante, arione with and without channels far done 2 centuries without numbness and never felt comfortable Until I used this one!!!

Reviewed 9/26/2013
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more comfortable than you would expect, but wear a good kit.
by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast

I now have three of this saddle, one for each bike. With a good kit I can ride comfortably for hours.

Reviewed 9/27/2018
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a must if you have any discomfort after you ride
by jusBob
Cycling Enthusiast
Austin TX
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I was noticing a funny feeling when I urinate I've been riding 5k milesyear for the last 10 years. I finally realized it could be my seat that had a minimal central depression. That funny feeling is slowly fading. I've had this new seat for 2 months.

My only complaint is that it seems to be a bit noisier than my old seat with more frequent creaks & such.

Reviewed 6/28/2012
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Will cure what ails you
by GH
Cycling Enthusiast
7 of 7 customers found this review helpful.

I rode my first Ironman on a Fizik Arione Tri, just like a majority of other participants, and didn't think too much about my saddle because I had become accustomed to the numb-*** after rides of 75 miles or above. I took two weeks off after the race, then got on the tri bike for a 20 minute ride. I couldn't stay in the drops for more than 5 crotch was killing me! It was then that I realized I had built a tremendous tolerance to the pain delivered by a flat saddle, even one thought of as 'comfy' like the Arione, and still wonder about what kind of scar tissue is building up on rides like that. I did an internet search, and took a gamble with the SMP Composit(this was 2007). About a week later, I rode about 60 miles on it with only a very slight adjustment period to the 'hardness' of the saddle(this model has no no cushion at all, I weigh 180lbs). I am 100% converted. The cradle-shape creates a lot more contact area, which significantly reduces pressure, and the weight is supported on the pelvis rather than soft-tissue. The only down side that I see is that a rider can't slide back and forth, which some people like to do on long tri. The upside is no numb ****, and no foot cramps on long rides, which I attribute to the saddle allowing the vascular system to flow freely. 4 stars on value, because, come on, $240 is a lot for a saddle, even if it works. In any case, I have this model on 3 bikes now.

Reviewed 12/9/2010
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