Syncros FL Saddle

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MSRP : $90.00

Product Description

The FL saddle is built on a slim but comfortable composite shell, Ti rails, and superlight foam. Lighter, sleeker version of the AM saddle. Leather cover with aramid rear panels to withstand abuse from crashes. Contoured foam in center section to relief sit bone pressure zones.

Syncros FL Saddle Pro Review

The Syncros FL saddle is my new favorite saddle, mostly because it’s a climber’s dream, allowing you to punch out steep terrain, giving you maximum leverage, with comfort, stability and maneuverability. The cross country oriented saddle, is slim, has a composite shell, titanium alloy rails, superlight foam, a leather cover and aramid rear and nose panels. Continue reading →

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