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4ZA Cirrus Saddle

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MSRP : $79.99

Product Description

The Cirrus is a mid- level 4ZA saddleThat combines comfort with weight savings, all at a great price. Designed andTested in Belgium for real world use. Dual density shell and lightweight foam padding Color: Black/ White Connection: Standard Rails

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