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Selle SMP saddles were designed with the overall objective of reducing pressure on the perineum and the pressing of neurovascular structures while riding. This is achieved through the Italian manufacturer's innovative designs and relentless research and development, with the Pro model leading the charge in this SMP4BIKE saddle collection. The Pro is best suited for cyclists with medium-wide and wide pelvises, as it features a longer and wider body than other models in this range. It wears the distinct curvature and support features inherent to this group of saddles, with the characteristic beak shaped nose designed to provide a flat base while sitting, without excessive pressure on the genital area. SMP's pronounced central channel was also incorporated, which further reduces pressure on the pudendal nerve and surrounding soft tissue. The back of the saddle is raised for an enhanced seated pedaling position, where body weight is divided between the rear and lower part of the ischial tuberosity region. This shape also helps reduce overall pressure on the coccyx while riding over rough surfaces. The saddle's foam elastomer padding gets wrapped in leather for the black version and a durable Lorica microfiber in the colored version. Its durable nylon/carbon composite shell rides on stainless steel rails, ensuring a secure perch that'll hold up for both road and mountain applications. The Selle SMP Pro is available in one size (278 x 148mm) and in the colors Black, Red, and White. The Pro is handmade in Italy and has a claimed weight of 315 grams.
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The Selle Italia SLR Max Gel Flow Saddle is proof that a happy medium exists between razor-thin racing saddles and an over-padded pseudo-sofa. Building on the legacy of the mid-width SLR shape, this saddle prioritizes comfort with an anatomic cutout, gel padding, and built-in shock absorbers. So, if you need a smoother ride from your saddle, this perch provides it. The foundation of the SLR is its nylon composite shell, with its 'composite' designation being derived from its 10% carbon fiber content. Essentially, this mix provides the shell with a boost of support, while still providing a natural level of flex for comfort. However, as it does share SLR designation, it dimensions vary from the boilerplate 131mm width and 275mm length to a 145mm width and a 275mm length. It also differs is in its level of padding. Selle Italia ranks this saddle as an 'L3' in its Identity Matching System, meaning that it possesses a similar level of firmness to SLR Super Flow and the Max Flite Gel Flow saddles. In terms of padding, you'll find that the SLR is quite ample. In fact, the L3 designation is reserved purely for comfort. And, in addition to this, Selle Italia also gave the SLR a shock absorber. This makes it ideal for those with large-width sit bones and high pelvic rotation. And for anyone who also prefers a medium-profile design, the SLR has one of the higher measures from rail to top-of-cover in the Selle Italia line (57mm). Further differentiating itself, the Max Gel Flow features an ample-sized cutout along the center-channel of the saddle. As a result, that pressure is directed to your sit bones (ischial tuberosity), which are far more adept at supporting your body weight. Additionally, they're able to do so without causing numbness during long rides. This principle is further supported by the wide cut out, as it removes pressure from the sensitive nerves in the region. For example,the pudendal nerve is a paired structure, with a left and right nerve. It is f...
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We've had an ongoing love affair with the original Selle Italia Flite Saddle for over two decades, now. So, it should come as no surprise that the newest iteration of the Selle Italia Flite appeals so strongly to our senses. It's similar to the mid-width shape of the original, only it's been trimmed down by five millimeters in length, and the profile of the nose has been slimmed to match. So, if you're looking for a classic profile with a modern twist, this could is the perch for you. The Flite starts with a mid-width, carbon-reinforced nylon composite base. And, if you're wondering what the composite percentage is, it's 10% carbon fiber and 90% nylon. This is around 20% less carbon fiber then what's found in the SLR line, but it adds to the support, while enabling a natural flex that neutralizes road and trail chatter. The tail is 145mm wide, just a millimeter narrower than the original 1990 Flite design, and it's 14mm wider than the SLR. To boost the comfort, the Flight receives more padding than Selle Italia's SLR line of saddles. However, it's worth noting that this isn't a couch. Instead, it was designed to be a responsive saddle that's well suited to racing and all-day rides. Furthering this concept is the Flight's quick-drying and breathable Lorica cover -- the same material found on a majority of SLR saddles. Additionally, it has the added benefit of being non-abrasive and low in friction, meaning that your shorts will slip right by instead of catching and chafing. The Flite rests on Selle Italia's TI 316 Tube titanium rails. These rails provide plenty of strength, and just as importantly, without stacking on the grams. They also feature the additional benefit of vibration absorption, meaning that you'll experience less numbness of long rides. The Selle Italia Flite Saddle is available in a 145x275mm size and in the colors Black, White, and Red. Please note that this saddle is approved for both off-road and road use, and that it has a claimed weight ...
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The Selle Italia SLR Max Gel Flow Saddle is proof that a happy medium exists between razor-thin racing saddles and an over-padded pseudo-sofa. Building on the legacy of the mid-width SLR shape, this saddle prioritizes comfort with an anatomic cutout, gel padding, and built-in shock absorbers. So, if you need a smoother ride from your saddle, this perch provides it. The foundation of the SLR is its nylon composite shell, with its 'composite' designation being derived from its 10% carbon fiber content. Essentially, this mix provides the shell with a boost of support, while still providing a natural level of flex for comfort. However, as it does share SLR designation, it dimensions vary from the boilerplate 131mm width and 275mm length to a 145mm width and a 275mm length. It also differs is in its level of padding. Selle Italia ranks this saddle as an 'L3' in its Identity Matching System, meaning that it possesses a similar level of firmness to SLR Super Flow and the Max Flite Gel Flow saddles. In terms of padding, you'll find that the SLR is quite ample. In fact, the L3 designation is reserved purely for comfort. And, in addition to this, Selle Italia also gave the SLR a shock absorber. This makes it ideal for those with large-width sit bones and high pelvic rotation. And for anyone who also prefers a medium-profile design, the SLR has one of the higher measures from rail to top-of-cover in the Selle Italia line (57mm). Further differentiating itself, the Max Gel Flow features an ample-sized cutout along the center-channel of the saddle. As a result, that pressure is directed to your sit bones (ischial tuberosity), which are far more adept at supporting your body weight. Additionally, they're able to do so without causing numbness during long rides. This principle is further supported by the wide cut out, as it removes pressure from the sensitive nerves in the region. For example,the pudendal nerve is a paired structure, with a left and right nerve. It is f...
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As a longtime saddle maker, Selle Italia knows that certain constraints limit design evolution. The key structural detail that squelches innovation is the existing side-by-side rail system. As one of the few true standards in the bike industry, it may be time for change. Selle Italia bucks the trend by creating their own rail design to make saddles that save you energy, and the Monolink Seatpost is the piece of the puzzle necessary to support it. While pedaling easier is certainly alluring, we're most impressed by the fact that this post design won't exclude fitment with existing saddles. It comes with a host of clamp parts to mate it to Selle Italia's Monolink saddles along with traditional saddle designs with round and ovalized rails. The fact that it can be used with every saddle on the market is thanks to the wedge-style clamp hardware. The system is based on the twin stirrups that form the top of the post. Empty they are parallel loops of 3k carbon fiber with their centers being offset from the centerline of the seatpost shaft by 25mm. The entire assembly is built in one piece with continuous fibers running the length of the post. The clamp assembly for Monolink saddles, with its vertically paired carbon fiber rails, is made of carbon fiber; and like the machined aluminum standard saddle rail clamp parts, it is secured inside the twin stirrups of the seatpost by engaging an aluminum double wedge to increase pressure inside the loops of carbon fiber to hold it all securely in place without slipping. The Selle Italia Monolink Seatpost is Glossy Carbon and is available in two sizes -- 27. 2 x 350mm and 31. 6 x 350mm. It offers 25mm of setback, and it comes with all the hardware to fit Monolink saddles or traditional saddles with round or ovalized rails. It has graduated markings on the back of the post at every 0. 5cm to help you dial in your fit.
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