Spank Oozy 220 Trail Saddle

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Description

The Spank Oozy 220 Trail Saddle has been designed to support the rider equally regardless if you're going uphill or downhill.  Featuring a slight 'kick-up' on the rear of the saddle for uphill performance and lower back support.  Adaptive edges in the high friction areas allow ease of movement and reduce clothing snags.

Who's this item for: Enduro, All Mountain, Trail and XC riders who looking to replace their current saddle.

Cover/Padding: The upper material is a 3D co-molded foam. It features an anatomic race inspired profile and a relief channel to help reduce pressure in the perineum area.

Shell: The shell is constructed from a fiber reinforced polymer that features tuned flex points and reinforced impact zones.

Rails: The rails are made from hollow chromoly which is reasonably lightweight and very durable.

Stand out features: The adaptive edges featured in the high friction zones help increase comfort by contouring to the riders personal shape and movements.

Pros: Well designed saddle with lots of consideration.

Cons: The slight 'kick-up' may not suit riders who prefer flatter profiled saddles.
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Geoff Gulevich Edition
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Awesome seat!!

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Got rid of my stock giant seat (after a get off!!) i am super pumped with this seat, so comfortable compared to the giant. even after 2 hrs of riding enduro and some DH runs it wasnt to bad at all.

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Awesome seat!!

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Got rid of my stock giant seat (after a get off!!) i am super pumped with this seat, so comfortable compared to the giant. even after 2 hrs of riding enduro and some DH runs it wasnt to bad at all.

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Geoff Gulevich Edition4710155960673

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