Ergon SM Enduro MTB Saddle

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On the success of the Ergon SM saddles, Ergon noticed an area they could improve upon for those Enduro riders out there that are chasing a slim and flat overall shaped saddle that also allows for maximum freedom of movement in challenging terrain. The Ergon SM Enduro MTB Saddle is just that. A perfectly balanced saddle for all day efforts on the bike.

Who's this item for: Any rider that is chasing a comfortable saddle that still offers freedom of movement. A perfectly balanced Enduro Saddle.

Cover: Microfiber

Padding: Ergon's Orthopedic Comfort Foam

Shell: Nylon Composite 

Rails: CroMo

Stand out features: Side flanks. Men's specific pressure relief channel to prevent soft tissue numbness and pain. 

Pros: Good value for a comfortable saddle with a great balance between comfort and freedom of movement.

Cons: Lacks edge protection
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Stealth Black
M-L 148mm
Cr-Mo Rails
Stealth Black
S-M 135mm
Cr-Mo Rails
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