Product DescriptionThar saddle is ideal for anyone whose saddle is currently slammed as far forward as possible, which still isn’t enough. Not only does the Thar sport a wider mid-section, as seen on the Tundra, but also a shorter nose and a uni-rail system that offers 95mm of rail adjustability; that the longest rail system in it's category. This is perfect for riders who just couldn’t get the saddle forward enough and found themselves constantly trying to find a sweet-spot when in the saddle. Fizik has paired this new shape with their Tuner insert system and legendary K:ium rails for an all around comfortable, lightweight cross-county / enduro saddle that will help you find your sweet-spot.
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