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The amazingly popular Terry Butterfly shape is the result of 14 years of experience in women-specific saddle design. It's been tested in competition, touring and recreational riding and constantly refined to offer the ultimate blend of female specific comfort and high performance. The special Butterfly Galactic model features Terry's widest cutout ever, and you can't help but notice the otherworldly reflective constellation print on top of its shiny blue Dura-tek cover.
The cut-away mid-section relieves pressure to soft tissues and promotes blood flow, while a wide back section provides ample support for a woman's sit bones. A low profile shape keeps weight low, and a flat cover and multi-density injection molded foam provide and excellent blend of flexibility and rigidity for both comfort and pedaling efficiency.
Dimensions: 262 mm x 155 mm. Manganese rails. Handmade in Italy. 260 g.
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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Mountains of Virginia
I ride this saddle every day. It is very comfortable.
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