Selle San Marco unveils Supercomfort collection

Selle San Marco has unveiled a new range of saddles named the Supercomfort collection.
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Selle San Marco has unveiled a new range of saddles named the Supercomfort collection.

The Aspide, Mantra and Concor Supercorsa are high-end, lightweight performance saddles. These models are now available as part of Selle San Marco’s new offering, the Supercomfort range. The models were designed to enable IBDs to meet the needs of cyclists looking for comfort whilst maintaining quality. The Supercomfort collection is also covered by ZyroFisher’s 30-Day Comfort Guarantee and Crash Replacement Scheme.

The brand has worked on shape, ergonomics and technologies to develop an open style and the substantial ridge that runs down the length of the saddle. An ergonomic profile ensure optimal relief of pressure on the perineum while maintaining a suitable support area. To satisfy the needs of different human physiques, all models are available to IBD’s in Narrow and Wide versions to ensure a perfect fit and optimal comfort.

Selle San Marco has introduced substantial padding, a gel layer and an openwork processing technique to the cover that enhances the rider’s experience. The Aspide and Concor Supercomfort are available now. The flat profile Mantra Supercomfort will be available in November.

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