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Item # SEL0091

Pamper yourself.

Traditionally, hyper-lightweight saddles have been synonymous with numbness and discomfort after just a few miles of riding. Cyclists were happy to make the sacrifice, however, because that pain equated to speed. Thankfully, those days are over. The Selle Italia SLR Super Flow saddle can be easily recognized by the massive anatomic cutout across the top that relieves the rider’s soft tissue areas.

The Super Flow starts with a nylon composite base. This bas is reinforced with 30% carbon fiber to achieve the exact stiffness that Selle Italia was looking for. The saddle is stiff enough for efficient pedaling, but it also gives enough to comfortably conform to your body’s movements. The titanium rails also allow a bit of flex to dampen road shock and absorb vibration. Finally, the Super Flow offers two different widths—130mm and 145mm—to compensate for each rider’s body type.

  • Large anatomic cutout
  • Carbon-reinforced nylon composite base
  • Titanium rails
  • Two width options

Tech Specs

Rails:
titanium
Shell:
carbon-reinforced nylon
Cover:
synthetic leather
Seat Width:
130 mm, 145 mm
Actual Weight:
Black, 145: 187g
Recommended Use:
cycling
Manufacturer Warranty:
2 years

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5 5

Great saddle

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

The only negative comment I have about this saddle is that I regret not purchasing it years ago. I've been on the Antares VS for the last few years on both road and cyclocross, and recently began experiencing numbness on long road rides. This saddle eliminated the numbness issues and got me back on point. I'm 6'4" 220lbs with the typical "big guy" American body type, and am in my mid 30s. I highly recommend this saddle if you have a similar body type/build.

5 5

Perfect saddle

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Saddles are such a personal item that a review seems superfluous. But that said, if you like a flat saddle profile and the SLR shape this is an awesome saddle. I have tried a huge number of styles - mostly out of curiosity - and always come back to the SLR profile and shape. I have been on these saddles for more than 15 years. It's the only thing I will ride for any length of time. Recently, started feeling some numbness on longer rides and on the mtn bike. Changed to the SLR Flow with great success. Love it!

I'm concerned about the integrity of the...

I'm concerned about the integrity of the seat with the cut out. Since I weigh about 300lb

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Hey Bob,

Flipping through the specs it looks like this saddle has a 220 lbs rider limit.

5 5

Pretty much the most comfy saddle EVER!!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I'm a big guy, 6'+ and 230# and have been riding a 145mm phenom for the last couple years. I wanted to try something different and got some advice from a bike fitter about trying this out and its great. From the first ride it was super comfy, whether I'm sitting more upright in a cruise to the trail or leaned over hammering away at race pace.
The giant slot down the center works wonders to relieve pressure and, as a side benefit, aid in cooling. But be careful when doing creek crossings in cold weather lol.
I know the cost may be prohibitive to some but for a high quality saddle that's also very light weight its hard to beat.