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The Butterfly is Terry's most respected women's model, and a favorite of racers and recreational riders alike. This extra light design features carbon rails, making it a great option for your featherweight race bike.
Like the original Butterfly, the Butterfly Carbon uses a low profile, flat top with multi-density, injection molded foam for a bit more stiffness in the rear (more power while pedaling). A central cutout is also added to eliminate pressure on longer rides. In addition so shaving weight, the carbon rails are also shock-absorbing, attaching to the shell in an integral suspension bridge design to further minimize road vibration.
The Butterfly Carbon is available in Black. Dimensions: 10.3" x 6.1". Handmade in Italy. 9.6mm x 7mm carbon rails. 218g.
Terry saddles have a 30-day satisfaction guarantee. If you're not happy after trying it, return the saddle within 30 days of receiving it for a refund or credit toward another product.
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the only saddle my wife will use
Review for Terry 2012 Women's Butterfly Carbon Saddle
terry is the only saddle my picky wife will use this is her second carbon butterfly
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