- - REPENTE Dazzles with REVO Series of Painted Saddles

REPENTE Dazzles with REVO Series of Painted Saddles

A new brand of saddles launched last winter under the name REPENTE, offering a range of models called the ALEENA, COMPTUS and KUMAwhich featured a full carbon construction and a unique padding system called RLS (REPENTE Locking System) that allows the rider to select amongst three different saddles covers that best suits his or her riding style and conditions.

REPENTE has expanded upon the success of its ALEENA and COMPTUS saddles with a series of new dazzling paint schemes aimed at celebrating its partnership with the NYC-based REVO Racing Team.

“Thanks to the partnership with the Revo Racing Team , REPENTE presents Revo Collection, a new series of saddles inspired by the creativity of the New York fixie style. The ultralight carbon-made Aleena and Comptus are proposed with a special graphic and in various colors: a touch of originality for those who want to embellish their bikes with a saddle/frame combination that will not go unnoticed!”, says REPENTE.

The 130 gram ALEENA represents REPENTE’s lightest padded saddle, which features an anatomic channel that’s designed to relieve pressure on the prostate area without limiting support. Moreover, the Italian company says comfort is guaranteed thanks to the self-shaping effect its EVA non-allergenic material has, along with anatomical recesses that have been incorporated into the tail section of the saddle.

In the case of the COMPTUS, REPENTE says it extols all of the virtues of “comfort, lightness, performance and elegance” all in one saddle, providing a perfectly balanced outer-shell and contour that ensures a seamless transition from a seated position to out-of-the saddle pedaling.

The real news here however, are the striking paint schemes REPENTE has chosen for its REVO series, resulting in a bold and exciting aesthetic for the ALEENA and COMPTUS that offers a welcomed departure from a traditional black saddle. 

You can learn more about the REVO series by visiting REPENTE’s website here.

Molto groovy!

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