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SDG Duster Saddle

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Product Description

SDG has done it again.They have created a race ready saddle perfect for your all mountain/ XC rig.The most notable difference betweenThe Duster and other saddles in its class isThe relief channel spans much longer.This will help you stay onThe bike all day long. Narrow sides Low profile Square nose I Beam Compatible only “Speed Defies Gravity” logo is embossed onThe Top which providesTraction

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