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Supacaz Ignite Ti Oil Slick Saddle

Supacaz
Ignite Ti Oil Slick Saddle

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Add some panache to your ride with the Supacaz Ignite Ti Saddle.

Kush Foam™ Technology fuses comfort and performance for MTB, Road and TT riding. You won't have to fear unwanted movement in the saddle or slipping in wet weather conditions. The Signature PurePu™ compounds give you maximum grip in wet and dry riding weather.

No matter your riding position, the short nose of this saddle makes the Ignite Ti the most complimentary option for riders taking on trails to a casual coffee shop road ride. Hollow 7x7mm Ti-Tech™ titanium round rails provide a smoother ride without compromise.

Available in Neon Pink/Purple Fade, Blackout, Red with Black Fade, Platinum, Neon Blue/Pink Fade and Neon Pink with Black Fade, you can now choose a vibrant colorway to match just how bold you are as a rider.

The Supacaz Ti Ignite is offered in two popular and versatile widths of 142mm and 152mm.

Also available in a variety of colors!


 

Rail Material:  

 

Rails: 7x7mm Ti-Tech 

 

Width: 143mm (255g), 155mm (266g) 

 

Ride Experience:  

 

Body Material: Kush Foam 

 

Saddle Type: Cut-Away Saddles 

143mm - Oil Slick

Mfg PartNum: SD-17GTN 

155mm - Oil Slick

Mfg PartNum: SD-17GTW 

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