Fabric

Fabric Cell Radius Elite Saddle

$80.00
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Fabric

Fabric Cell Radius Elite Saddle

$80.00

Description

The Cell saddle from Fabric has comfort at its core. Compressible pyramid cells, similar to those found in high-end running shoes, are at the center of its three-piece design. Typical saddles have a layer of soft foam that provide comfort, but under pressure foam becomes harder and less comfortable. With the Cell, air flows continuously throughout the core providing more comfort and stability where it's needed most, even over the roughest terrain. The Fabric Cell saddle delivers comfort from its shape, as well as its core. Derived from our award-winning Scoop Radius saddle, the dropped nose doesn’t snag on your shorts and the curved profile is designed to offer maximum support. A more rounded profile and increased padding supports a riding style that places more weight directly on the saddle. Our Unique, air-sprung design provides unrivalled comfort from a core of collapsible pyramid cells. An air tight seal stops the saddle compressing completely meaning you won’t experience pressure points as you would with traditional saddles.

Cromo rail / Nylon base / 355g
W: 155mm L: 282mm

Features & Benefits of the Cell Saddle
+ Lighter than any other comfort saddle
+ Unlike foam or springs, the air core does not get firm under pressure
+ Made of collapsible pyramid cells to increase comfort
+ Designed for a more upright riding position
+ Durable and waterproof cover

Mensjournal.com
"The Most Comfortable Bike Saddle You Can Get for Under $100.”

MTBR
"Innovative and striking saddle uses air cells to provide excellent isolation on rough surfaces.”

Cyclist Mag
"A different approach helps keep weight down yet offers plenty of padding in a fine-looking perch.”