SLR Super Flow The ideal solution for those who find it hard to get a comfortable position while riding. " The long, thin profile, flat support areas and large centre cut-out helps individuals of any height to comfortably sit and efficiently pedal on long rides." Prof. Luca Bartoli - Head of Mediasport Research Centre. Unbeatable flexibility prevents perspiration build-up and reduces pelvic zone pressure.
Selle Italia Features:
30% carbon composite shell.
Eva l/w padding.
Buy Selle Italia Saddles at Chain Reaction Cycles, the World's Largest Online Bike Store.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous Very happy!
I swapped to this after my SLR carbon sadle looked battered and I have to say I'm really happy. I really feel like the extra width (142 model) makes a huge difference. Even the longer rides are fine without even a hint of discomfort. I like this saddle so much that this is the first review ever on this site. (I buy a LOT of stuff)
24 August 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous Fine design
This saddle is very nice for three main reasons.
First reason. Design, that gives a fine touch to your bicycle, as I like genuine raw materials : titanium but polished only, aluminium but anodized only, leather or similar looking...
I dislike bicycle with paint chip graphic, striking colors most of are disgusting ! This saddle has a nice shape in two size available and a low profile graphic; maybe one of the best from Selle Italia.
Second reason. The saddle shape work great even if you need a period to adaptation. My best saddle is Tioga Twin Tails, but this is a great alternative too.
Third reason. Last but not least, this is the great alternative to Selle SMP...the most ugly saddles on the market, due to their disgusting shape. For somebody work too... "De gustibus non est disputandum"
( In matters of taste, there can be no disputes ) indeed.
20 March 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous Great TT saddle
I bought this saddle as an experiment to see if it works as a TT saddle. It does.
The wide cutout allows you to get very low with no discomfort or pressure points.
Nice when things work.
05 January 2012
Just wondering if anybody has tried this on an MTB? I'm guessing that it might be a bit wide for getting over the back of your saddle when descending steep sections but would like to hear from anybody who has tried it
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