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The Team Edition designation on Selle Italia's Flite Saddle means that it was built to handle the rigors of racing at the highest level, day in and day out. With it comes bold graphics that let others know that, yes, this is the classic Flite perch and it means business. The Flite starts with a mid-width, carbon-reinforced nylon composite base. And, if you're wondering what the composite percentage is, it's 30% carbon fiber and 70% nylon. The carbon blend adds to the support, while enabling a natural flex that neutralizes road and trail chatter. In terms of dimensions, the tail is 145mm wide, which is just a millimeter narrower than the original 1990 Flite design, and it's also 14mm wider than the SLR. To boost the comfort, the Flite received more padding than Selle Italia's SLR line of saddles. However, it's worth noting that this is by no means a sofa. Instead, it was designed to be a responsive saddle that's well suited to racing and all-day rides. Furthering this concept is the Flite'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 Hi-Tech carbon rail system. These proven 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 during long races. The Selle Italia Flite Kit Carbonio is available in a 145 x 275mm size and in the color Black.
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Selle SMP's saddles are known for addressing pressure at the perineum region, as they rely on the Italian brand's innovative shape to keep you comfortable and pressure-free while out on your bike. The Hybrid model was made to fully ensure these characteristics, as its durable materials keep you supported for the long haul. Wearing much of the same shape as the Lite 209, the Hybrid is best suited for cyclists with average-width pelvises, as it features a moderate profile and an average amount of padding. At the nose, there's the characteristic beak shape 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 versions. 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 Hybrid is available in one size (275 x 140mm) and in the colors Black and White. It is handmade in Italy and has a claimed weight of 320 grams.
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Selle SMP's saddles are known for addressing pressure at the perineum region, as they rely on the Italian brand's innovative shape to keep you comfortable and pressure-free while out on your bike. The Hybrid model was made to fully ensure these characteristics, as its durable materials keep you supported for the long haul. Wearing much of the same shape as the Lite 209, the Hybrid is best suited for cyclists with average-width pelvises, as it features a moderate profile and an average amount of padding. At the nose, there's the characteristic beak shape 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 versions. 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 Hybrid is available in one size (275 x 140mm) and in the colors Black and White. It is handmade in Italy and has a claimed weight of 320 grams.
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The Selle Italia SLR series are some of the best-known saddles on the market. The SLR Flow takes comfort to a new level with the inclusion of a cutout and leather cover. The Flow is designed with the same 131mm width and 275mm length as the SLR Tekno. The width is ideal for riders with average width sit bones, while the length allows you to move fore and aft depending on what terrain you are riding. The biggest noticeable difference is the cutout which helps to relieve pressure on the perineal area and soft tissue. 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 pudendal nerve. Essentially, this is a nerve that runs from around the third vertebrae, all the way down towards your foot. And when compressed at the perineum region, it is one of the major contributors to numbness. So, by relieving the very threat of pressure, your blood flow remains consistent, eliminating numbness. To put it into perspective, the cutout is slightly narrower than the one found on the SLR Super Flow. The SLR Flow features slightly thicker padding that the rest of the SLR line. It's thicker than the Carbonio and yet thinner than the Flite or SLS. Leather covers the padding and it rests upon a nylon/carbon composite shell and Vanox rails. While slightly heavier than carbon rails, they're strong and durable enough for off-road use. The Selle Italia SLR Flow is available in One size and in the colors White and Black.
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As one the newest saddles to join the Selle SMP lineup, the Drakon carries the brand's commitment to addressing the all-too-common issue of pressure at the perineum region. It relies on Selle SMP's innovative design to keep you supported and pressure-free, which means more overall comfort while riding. Residing between the Lite 209 and Dynamic, the Drakon is best suited for cyclists with medium-width pelvises, as it features a moderate profile and a fairly minimal amount of padding. At the nose, there's the characteristic beak shape 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 Drakon is available in one size (276 x 138mm) and in the colors Black and White. It is handmade in Italy and has a claimed weight of 285 grams.
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Selle SMP's saddles are known for addressing pressure at the perineum region, as they rely on the Italian brand's innovative shape to keep you comfortable and pressure-free while out on your bike. The Hybrid model was made to fully ensure these characteristics, as its durable materials keep you supported for the long haul. Wearing much of the same shape as the Lite 209, the Hybrid is best suited for cyclists with average-width pelvises, as it features a moderate profile and an average amount of padding. At the nose, there's the characteristic beak shape 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 versions. 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 Hybrid is available in one size (275 x 140mm) and in the colors Black and White. It is handmade in Italy and has a claimed weight of 320 grams.
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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 Team Edition designation on Selle Italia's Flite Saddle means that it was built to handle the rigors of racing at the highest level, day in and day out. With it comes bold graphics that let others know that, yes, this is the classic Flite perch and it means business. The Flite starts with a mid-width, carbon-reinforced nylon composite base. And, if you're wondering what the composite percentage is, it's 30% carbon fiber and 70% nylon. The carbon blend adds to the support, while enabling a natural flex that neutralizes road and trail chatter. In terms of dimensions, the tail is 145mm wide, which is just a millimeter narrower than the original 1990 Flite design, and it's also 14mm wider than the SLR. To boost the comfort, the Flite received more padding than Selle Italia's SLR line of saddles. However, it's worth noting that this is by no means a sofa. Instead, it was designed to be a responsive saddle that's well suited to racing and all-day rides. Furthering this concept is the Flite'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 Hi-Tech carbon rail system. These proven 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 during long races. The Selle Italia Flite Kit Carbonio is available in a 145 x 275mm size and in the color Black.
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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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Selle Italia's Max Flite Gel Flow Saddle is a modern take on the the classic mid-width Flite shape. The anatomic cutout relieves pressure, but it's the supple, yet supportive gel padding and integrated shock absorbing system that gives the Max Flite its distinctively smooth ride. If you want the classic Flite shape, but ou're not willing to sacrifice contemporary comfort, you just found your saddle. The foundation of the Max Flite is its nylon shell. Along with being supportive, it provides a generous level of flex that takes the pain out of choppy roads and rough trails. The tail is 146mm wide (for reference, the SLR is 131mm wide) which accommodates those with average to wide sit bones. There's an extra layer of padding atop the shell, as well as a gel layer that further reduces vibrations. And unlike the terrible gel seat covers that we've all seen before, the Max Flite is still thin enough to maintain a stable seating platform without causing hotspots. The large 'Flow' cutout relieves pressure on the perineal artery and adjacent soft tissue. This means that your blood flow will remain uninterrupted, so you won't be stricken with mid-ride tingling or numbness. As for the saddle's cover, Selle Italia topped it off with perforated leather that's both breathable and durable. This saddle is supported by Selle Italia's Vanox Tube rails, which are rated for off-road use, so you know that they're strong. Additionally, they operate like shock absorbers at the aft of the saddle. And when they're combined with the generous padding and flexible shell of the Gel Flow, it results in a saddle that cancels out the high-frequency vibrations that would otherwise ruin your ride. The Selle Italia Max Flite Gel Flow Saddle is available in 146x290mm size and in the colors Black and White.
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The Team Edition designation on Selle Italia's Flite Saddle means that it was built to handle the rigors of racing at the highest level, day in and day out. With it comes bold graphics that let others know that, yes, this is the classic Flite perch and it means business. The Flite starts with a mid-width, carbon-reinforced nylon composite base. And, if you're wondering what the composite percentage is, it's 30% carbon fiber and 70% nylon. The carbon blend adds to the support, while enabling a natural flex that neutralizes road and trail chatter. In terms of dimensions, the tail is 145mm wide, which is just a millimeter narrower than the original 1990 Flite design, and it's also 14mm wider than the SLR. To boost the comfort, the Flite received more padding than Selle Italia's SLR line of saddles. However, it's worth noting that this is by no means a sofa. Instead, it was designed to be a responsive saddle that's well suited to racing and all-day rides. Furthering this concept is the Flite'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 Hi-Tech carbon rail system. These proven 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 during long races. The Selle Italia Flite Kit Carbonio is available in a 145 x 275mm size and in the color Black.
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Selle Italia's Max Flite Gel Flow Saddle is a modern take on the the classic mid-width Flite shape. The anatomic cutout relieves pressure, but it's the supple, yet supportive gel padding and integrated shock absorbing system that gives the Max Flite its distinctively smooth ride. If you want the classic Flite shape, but ou're not willing to sacrifice contemporary comfort, you just found your saddle. The foundation of the Max Flite is its nylon shell. Along with being supportive, it provides a generous level of flex that takes the pain out of choppy roads and rough trails. The tail is 146mm wide (for reference, the SLR is 131mm wide) which accommodates those with average to wide sit bones. There's an extra layer of padding atop the shell, as well as a gel layer that further reduces vibrations. And unlike the terrible gel seat covers that we've all seen before, the Max Flite is still thin enough to maintain a stable seating platform without causing hotspots. The large 'Flow' cutout relieves pressure on the perineal artery and adjacent soft tissue. This means that your blood flow will remain uninterrupted, so you won't be stricken with mid-ride tingling or numbness. As for the saddle's cover, Selle Italia topped it off with perforated leather that's both breathable and durable. This saddle is supported by Selle Italia's Vanox Tube rails, which are rated for off-road use, so you know that they're strong. Additionally, they operate like shock absorbers at the aft of the saddle. And when they're combined with the generous padding and flexible shell of the Gel Flow, it results in a saddle that cancels out the high-frequency vibrations that would otherwise ruin your ride. The Selle Italia Max Flite Gel Flow Saddle is available in 146x290mm size and in the colors Black and White.
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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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