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Fi'zi:k Arione K-1 Road Saddle $0.00
Strong, light, comfortable.
How can the Fi’zi:k Arione K-1 Road Saddle possibly weigh only 149 grams and still be comfortable? Let’s start with the braided carbon rail. Braided carbon cuts weight, has a 50% higher maximum load capacity (as compared to standard carbon rails), and helps dampen vibration. This rail also attaches to the perimeter of the carbon fiber shell which increases the suspension of the entire surface area of the seat and adds durability. Technogel padding reduces pressure on your sit bones by distributing your weight across the entire surface of the seat and absorbing shock.
What community has to say
Does anyone know the torque number for...
Does anyone know the torque number for post bolts to seat.
great riding saddle
Have had this saddle on 2 different bike builds. Presently on a Trek Speed Concept 9.9. Is one of the few saddle I have had which will not burn my behind. No hot spots. Padded saddles usually will burn me on longer rides. This does not.
Great top end saddle
Awesome saddle. Handmade. The Fizik Arione shape is basically a classic at this point. Pretty light, although not the lightest. Good combination of lightweight and strength so it should last a while. I've got a couple thousand road miles on mine on my Colnago EPS. I usually ride about 25 miles per weekday and 50 on one or two weekend days. Not too many long rides in the 75+ mile range, so I can't really comment on comfort on that ride length. Definitely more comfortable than I thought it would be. Very well-designed with flex zones on the side (that's the white lines in the picture) and a thin gel layer on top of the carbon fiber. The carbon fiber itself does seem to work almost as a suspension. The rails are covered with an additional layer of rougher carbon tape along the seatpost fastening area which helps hold it in place securely. This area also perfectly shows you where it is safe and not safe to position the saddle in your seatpost. Be careful of course with the torque specs because carbon fiber doesn't respond well to being overtightened. It's not a saddle for someone who is just starting out cycling to try but once you are used to thin road saddles I highly recommend moving up to this guy vs. any others in this price range. Great looks with the "nude" carbon earns a high "ooh-aah" factor from the pack as well.