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Fizik Terra Argo X3 Regular Saddle - black

Fizik Terra Argo X3 Regular Saddle - black

The Fizik Terra Argo X3 is a gravel-specific saddle with a short-nose design and generous ischial support for improved stability.

The Argo is Fizik's most versatile saddle shape, with each version suited to different riding styles. As the gravel-specific option, the Terra Argo has been engineered with a compliant shell to offer a certain degree of flexibility. This controlled elasticity absorbs road chatter and vibrations, delivering the comfort needed for long distance riding over unpaved roads.

 

Tech Specs of the Fizik Terra Argo X3 Saddle

  • Argo: versatile short-nose saddle that encourages stability and relieves pressure on sensitive areas
  • X3: A combination of a carbonreinforced nylon shell and a Kium hollow rail with a high strength-to-weight ratio
  • Mobius Rail: Closed loop design for added strength and weight distribution
  • Wingflex: The shell's side edges flex and adapt to a rider's inner leg movement
  • Type 2 foam: Progressive cushioning, with a lower compression modulus
  • Terra: All-terrain series designed to take you beyond your boundaries
  • Concepts: This is a product of the fizik Concepts programme, a cross-disciplinary collaboration of leading industry experts and academics carrying out research and analysis on technology, design, physiology and bike-fitting in search of ways to improve cycling performance.

Fact Sheet of Fizik Terra Argo X3 Regular Saddle - black

Product Name: Fizik Terra Argo X3 Regular Saddle - black
Manufacturer: Fizik Parts
Item Code: FIZ504787
activity: Cycling
gender: men, unisex
usage bikesport: Road Bike, MTB
rail clamp style: round rails
pressure relief: with Relief / Cutout
Material saddle cover: Synthetic
Material saddle rails: Steel Alloy
saddle rail diamater: 7
length x width: 270 x 150mm
saddle padding: with Padding
Model year: 2022
Color: Black
weight: 238g
Weight Source: Manufacturer
Manufacturer page: http://www.fizik.it