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Antares R3 Open road bike saddle
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plus €16.35 for delivery to United States of America
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The Chameleon geometry of the Antares R3 Open by fi’zi:k is designed to meet the ergonomic needs of riders with medium spine flexibility and low pelvis rotation. Thus, the road bike saddle offers the perfect position to effectively put all your power on the pedal. You can already see from its slightly sloping shape with a flat seating surface and a narrow saddle nose that the slim Antares R3 Open saddle by fi’zi:k is designed for racing. It comes in a lightweight design and offers best comfort for fast and long rides.
The floating nylon composite shell is supported by a lightweight frame and coated with foam to absorb pressure and vibrations. This padding is coated with a water-repellent Microtex cover. An anatomically perfectly positioned cut-out relieves the perineal area and permanently reduces numbness. Thus, the slightly curved design with an optimized saddle shape offers best support in many riding positions. Thanks to fi’zi:k‘ Spline Concept Evo, you can choose between two saddle widths.
· Thinly padded road bike saddle for Training and Racing
· Slightly curved, sloping design
· Narrow saddle nose
· Full-length relief channel with central full-cut
· Ischium-friendly flat rear part
· fi’zi:k Chameleon Series: perfect for cyclists with a flexible spine
· Spine Concept EVO with two saddle widths
· ICS compatible, e.g. with the fi’zi:k saddle bag (product code: 2209890)
· Cover: breathable Microtex
· Padding: Comfort Core Foam micro foam
· Saddle shell: carbon-reinforced nylon
· Rail: k:ium light metal alloy, Ø 7 mm with scale
· Dimensions: approx. 276 x 142 mm (regular), 276 x 153 mm (large)
· Weight: approx. 215 g (regular), 230 g (large)
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