Nuke Proof Speed Saddle

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A slimmed-down version of our popular Trail perch, the Nukeproof Race saddle sheds essential grams for a high-performance focus. Weighing in at just 239g, the Race features a slimmer profile in comparison to its trail-orientated cousin, but shares the same 275mm x 132mm dimensions making it suitable for a wide range of riders.

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