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4ZA Stratos Saddle

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Here’s a replacement saddle. With steel rails and a comfort channelTo relieve pressure,This is a nice upgrade from your stock saddle. Color: Black Rails: Steel Length: 275mm Width: 245mm Gender: Men’s

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