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Selle Italia SLR Boost Superflow S Saddle - Black

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166.66 €       - 11 % 

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The Italia SLR Boost Superflow saddle is the latest addition to the SLR range. It will offer you lightweight, comfort and performance every time you ride your bike. Taking up the characteristics of its big sister SLR, the SLR Boost has an even shorter length and an increased lightness. It represents the top in terms of technology and performance.

For your comfort, the SLR Boost Superflow benefits from a compact structure, a slight elevation from the rear and a micro-perforated coating, allowing you to easily find and maintain the ideal seat, while ensuring good support for ischiatic bones and avoiding compression problems. In addition, its tip has been redesigned for even more comfort. It is also equipped with Superflow technology, hollowed out in the centre, to avoid friction and painful pressure in the perineal area.

As for the adjustments, they are facilitated by a bright black line applied to the lower part of the hull indicating the position of the BRP (Biomechanical Reference Point), the point where the saddle reaches a width of 70 mm and from which the parameters useful for correct positioning can be measured.
This version has a titanium rail.

Technical specifications:

  • Weight: 158 g
  • Fibra-Tek coating
  • Sizes: 130 x 248 mm
  • Tracks: TI-316 / Tube 7 mm

Anatomy : Ergonomic Channel

Width : 130 / 139 mm

Frame : Titanium

Type : Road

Supplier references

Ref. Builder Color Size Special EAN XXcycle ref.
041A620IKC001 S: 130x248 mm 8030282504356 106071


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