Selle Italia Zero Saddle

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Weight : 620 grams MSRP : $625.00

Product Description

The Selle Italia CX Zero Carbon saddle is a full carbon saddle with integrated rails, it weighs in at only 81grams. Integrated rails and full carbon Clamp Style: Standard Rails Published Weight: 81 g Width: 131 mm Length: 275 mm Rail: Carbon

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