Azur Pro Range Alpha Saddle

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Description

The Pro Range Alpha Saddle from Azur is anatomically designed for comfort. This sleek low profile saddle will suit both road and off-road use with its classy matte/gloss black finish.

The high-density foam construction gives supreme comfort and support whilst the middle cut-out provides pressure relief on those long days in the saddle.

Who's this item for: This is a unisex saddle ideal for any riders who want a sleek looking saddle that won't break the bank or your sit bones.

Cover: Smooth cover

Padding: Azur's High-density memory foam padding gives the perfect amount of comfort and shock absorption for rough rides, without adding too much bulk.

Shell: Nylon plastic

Rails: Steel
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5

Cheap, fast, good?

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Saddles, seats, soft, hard, cheap, expensive - i’ve tried the lot and then i rolled the dice on this inexpensive number for my 2019 Trek Fuel ex8 all mountain bike.
For one, the seat looks killer - azur is a bit like the anko of bike parts, but the detail of the embossing is a nice touch and the profile and outline of the design looks aggressive without looking like the beak of an ibis.
I skimped out and got the steel rails, i’m no weight weanie but the seat is light enough and works well with my dropper. The rails also have plenty of length to bring the seat forward if you seek a more agro riding position.
Durability wise, it’s early days but the skin of the seat has a textured tooth to it, which helps keep your hiney in the sweet spot. And the cameltoe that runs up through the middle does seemingly alleviate the eye of the coightus after a few ride benders.
All in all, this seat is cheap, fast, good. Impossible? Try it.

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Cheap, fast, good?

by -

Saddles, seats, soft, hard, cheap, expensive - i’ve tried the lot and then i rolled the dice on this inexpensive number for my 2019 Trek Fuel ex8 all mountain bike.
For one, the seat looks killer - azur is a bit like the anko of bike parts, but the detail of the embossing is a nice touch and the profile and outline of the design looks aggressive without looking like the beak of an ibis.
I skimped out and got the steel rails, i’m no weight weanie but the seat is light enough and works well with my dropper. The rails also have plenty of length to bring the seat forward if you seek a more agro riding position.
Durability wise, it’s early days but the skin of the seat has a textured tooth to it, which helps keep your hiney in the sweet spot. And the cameltoe that runs up through the middle does seemingly alleviate the eye of the coightus after a few ride benders.
All in all, this seat is cheap, fast, good. Impossible? Try it.

Specifications

ItemBarcode
Cromoly9341983040036
Steel9341983038668

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