As a follow-up to its popular Shortfit 2.0 saddle, Selle San Marco has unveiled two new 3D-printed versions aptly dubbed the Shortfit 2.0 3D FX and Shortfit 2.0 3D, which feature a new technology called Carbon DLS that’s designed with different cushioning areas in order to create what the Italian brand describes as “progressive padding over the entire surface, guaranteeing the cyclist comfort and support while pedaling”.
Similar to its standard counterpart, the Shortfit 2.0 3D saddles comprise the same central channel cut-away, with the FX version fitted with 9.8x7mm carbon fiber rails, while base model is affixed via hollow stainless steel Xsilite 7mm rails.
“Made with a proprietary, 3D printed pattern, the Shortfit 2.0 3D Carbon FX provides support on the toughest road rides helping you conquer the steepest of climbs and fastest descents. The differentiated cushioning zones give progressive absorption and Carbon DNA rails provide strength and ensure comfort on every pedal stroke. This high-tech road-specific saddle with Carbon DLS Technology is one of the most advanced on the market and is the perfect way to finish your dream build,” boasts the storied Italian brand.
Both versions of the Shortfit 2.0 3D are available in two widths, 140 x 255 mm and 155 x 255 mm, for $399.90 and $349.90, respectively.
Selle San Marco
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