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Selle SMP
F30C s.i. Saddle

5 out of 5 stars
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Selle SMP F30C s.i. Saddle

We have put your body and your bike in contact, so that they can communicate directly and give their best in any situation.

The absence of padding valorizes the essential beauty of Designed on Your Body ergonomics: uncompromising performance and comfort.

Only for those who want to push their limits.

F30C s.i. is the short ergonomic saddle. The wide central channel and the "eagle's beak" tip eliminate any compression and tingling in the private parts, the support areas are designed to perfectly match the shape of your sit bones.

Top materials and high-quality handcrafted construction guarantee lightness, durability and resistance to the toughest stresses.

For cyclists with medium/wide sit bones.

AISI 304 stainless steel tube
carbon reinforced nylon 12
Seat Length
Seat Width
Claimed Weight
cyclocross, gravel, road cycling

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5 out of 5 stars

August 7, 2023

Counterintuitive, game-changing comfort

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
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I am a 53 yo endurance cyclist weighing 215lbs. My pursuit of a perfect saddle ends with the F30C si! With a quality padded bib short, this saddle is perfection for me. It remains comfortable after 100+ mile rides. After a proper bike fit, I went down the rabbit hole of saddle selection. I went through the full line of Fizik saddles. I also tried the Specialized Power Mirror. The Fizik Tempo Argo was quite good (the Power rubbed by thigh and became uncomfortable after 50 miles). I almost stopped my search at the Tempo Argo, but decided to try the F30C s.i. It is hands down more comfortable. That said, I did need to experiment a bit with saddle layback and tit (I run mine with nose slightly up).

Michael A