- - Fizik Expands 3D-Printed Range of Saddles with New Antares Adaptive

Fizik Expands 3D-Printed Range of Saddles with New Antares Adaptive

Fizik has expanded its range of 3D-printed saddles with the launch of its Antares Adaptive, offering the same shape as the Italian brand’s recently revamped Antares, albeit with Adaptive 3D-printing that results in an open honeycomb structure that allows for different levels of support in each zone of the saddle.

“Designed for riders seeking a performance saddle that doesn’t sacrifice comfort, the iconic Antares has appeared in nearly every Grand Tour of the last two decades. It is a proven winner and saddle of choice for the likes of Team Visma | Lease a Bike and Movistar Team,” boasts Fizik.

The new Antares Adaptive saddle is available in two widths and two variants; namely, the R1 Adaptive saddle with carbon reinforced shells and oval carbon rails that sells for $300, and the slightly heavier R3 Adaptive that relies on less-costly hollow Kium rails for $260.


  • Length: 267mm
  • Width: 140mm or 150mm
  • Height at 75mm width: 50 mm
  • Length from nose to 75mm width: 147mm 
  • Shell: carbon fiber-reinforced nylon
  • Rails: 7x9mm oval carbon for R1; 7mm Kium hollow ti alloy for R3
  • Weight: 180g (R1 140mm), 186g (R1 150mm), 220g (R3 140mm), 225g (R3 150mm)





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