The Women's Saddle Maximized For Comfort And Support
Designed for the female anatomy, the length, width, and placement of the center cut of the Terry Women's Cite X Gel Saddle are all optimized for maximum comfort on the bike.
A completely seamless, heavily contoured top with a large cutaway will hit and miss in all the right places. Shock-absorbing elastomers molded into the saddle base create the effect of springs without any mechanical devices. They also help eliminate vibrations from the road or trail that ordinarily get transferred straight to the spine. A durable synthetic top with rear graphics is easy to maintain and will look new for years.
A layer of gel across the top gives an additional level of relief to the Cite X Gel. Underneath that, expertly crafted foam padding makes for a fine-tuned profile, supporting the sit bones with incredible comfort in the front. It was designed for recreational riders who spend a half-day on the bike or less, ride nearly upright with lots of weight against the saddle, prefer the closest thing to a pillow, or have significant lower back pain.
Seamless synthetic cover with screen-printed graphics
Center cutaway with rear relief channel reduces contact points with soft tissue areas
Thin gel layer along top of saddle provides an additional level of comfort
249mm length x 175mm width
Weighing in at 454 grams; 16.0 ounces
Satin steel rails
B-Stock - This product has one or more B-Stock units available. These units can be purchased at a discount (see option select). B-Stock units were returned from other customers and may have missing or damaged packaging materials. Saddle rails may have minor scratches. These units are otherwise as new. The full manufacturer warranty applies. Click Here for more information.
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Good Women's saddle
This is a replacement saddle for a gel saddle that has seen better days. This one fits the butt and has a comfortable gel seat. Not a racing seat, but good for general cycling.
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