Fizik Monte Manganese Saddle
There are those who are seduced by the climb for the pain and gain. Then there are those of us who are seduced by the climb as a means for the white knuckle descent soon to follow. For those who fall into the latter category, the Fizik Monte Saddle was thoroughly designed to bridge the gap between aggressiveness and tranquility. Meeting the demands of enduro racing and all-mountain riding, the Monte combines the dynamics of hard lines and soft edges to deliver a formidable combination of climbing performance and descending agility.
The Monte achieves this through Fizik's Tailflex technology that was updated to create the Extended TailFlex which provides flexible support at the rear of the saddle. This is vital for riders in search of optimum balance and positioning for both control and power delivery. The carbon reinforced nylon shell is sandwiched between low density padding and manganese rails to provide a sturdy yet comfortable platform that resists fatiguing, while the Microtex cover houses it all in.
- Shell: Carbon Reinforced Nylon Extended Tail Flex
- Rail: Manganese
- Padding: Low Density with Pressure Relief Channel
- Cover: Black/Red Microtex
- Thigh Glides: Black Cordura
- Weight: 245 grams
- Dimensions: 275x143 mm
I like it much better than the WTB Silverrado.
8 months ago
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