Product DescriptionIf mileage is your motto and your sit bones crave comfort, the Prologo Scratch Nack saddle is the perfect blend of durability and support. While Prologo makes lighter weight race-level saddles as well as more densely padded models, the Scratch Nack is the best of both worlds. To begin with, the...
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