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SDG Fly Junior Saddle

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The SDG Fly Junior Saddle features a kids specific design, and is colour matched to the rest of the SDG Junior components to give your kids bike some serious style.

Who's this item for: Kids, Groms (Jr. shredders) from 6+ riding bikes that range from 18" - 24" wheels.

Cover: The cover is made from a synthetic leather and has Cordura protected sides for durability.

Padding: A very comfy plush PU foam.

Shell: Plastic.

Rails: Steel.

Weight and dimensions: The manufacturers' claimed weight is 270-grams while the saddle measures 235mm long x 122mm wide.

Stand out features: This is the industries first branded kids specific MTB saddle. It has been anatomically designed for smaller sit bones and kids riding positions.  The saddle has a slight rear-rise platform which enables pelvis rotation and more power from the seated position.  There is a peri-canal that runs from tip to tail.  The nose of the saddle is oversized in proportion to the remainder of the saddle to aid with climbing.

Pros: Anatomically designed for kids. Plush PU Foam padding.

Cons: Nothing.  This saddle is awesome!

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