FUNN Adlib HD Saddle

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The FUNN Adlib HD is designed to be a true all-rounder – slim enough for steep and technical riding and comfortable enough for long days on the bike. The saddle has been developed with feedback from FUNN's riders in the Enduro World Series so you can be confident that it's been well and truly put through its paces. 

Who's this item for: This saddle was designed with DH and Enduro racing, and general trail riding in mind.

  • Length: 291mm
  • Width: 145mm
Cover: Vinyl leather

Padding: Foam.

Shell: Plastic

Rails: CrMo

Weight: 335g

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