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Designed for female distance riders and triathletes who put lots of saddle time in without breaks, Terry's Butterfly Ti Gel Plus has a thin layer of gel that helps take the edge off of "living" in the saddle. Wider in the rear than typical race saddles for good support of a woman's sit bones. Cut away through nose and mid-section make it flexible and comfortable against soft tissues. Strong and lightweight Ti-316 rails attach to the shell to its multi-density foam that's stiffer at the rear for better pedalling efficiency.
262 mm x 155 mm. Leather cover. Handmade in Italy. 255 grams.
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Good for long rides
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I typically do rides of 45 - 60 miles a couple of times a week. This saddle is not quite as comfortable for long rides as my previous saddle of a different brand, but it's close enough. I do like the cover on this saddle (leather) better than the synthetic cover on the other brand, which was showing wear after a few months and had actual holes by about 2500 miles.
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