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Fizik Aliante Gamma K:ium Saddle - black white

Fizik Aliante Gamma K:ium Saddle - black white

Made for Bulls!
The choice of enthusiast riders. Fizik Aliante Gamma is a multidisciplinary saddle that is comfortable on the road, down the hills or during a commute to work. Lightweight and comfortable. Ergonomic dip platform. Featuring ICS seat bag mount.

The rails are made of k:ium, a fi'zi:k proprietary formulation. It's the combination of a particular metal alloy, a specific tubular design and a special finishing process which increases fatigue performance on the rail surface. Fact: 8% weight reduction compared to solid titanium. k:ium features a high strength-to-weight ratio and high corrosion resistance.

The carbon reinforced Nylon Twin Flex shell is the essential element to comfort. While stiff all around it provides a seamlessly integrated, more flexible "sweet spot" area in the middle for pressure distribution of soft tissue and pudental artery and nerve area. Hammock-like feeling - amazing comfort -better performance.

The Aliante Bull implements Fizik's proven Spine Concept which offers different saddle shapes suiting riders with different amounts of spine flexibility. The "Bull" shape is optimized for riders with a rather rigid spine. Find the animal in you!

Fizik Spine is also available as a free app for iOS and Android.
Material: rails: K:ium
shell: nylon with carbon reinforcements
cover: Microtex
Weight supplement: manufacturer's specs

Fact Sheet of Fizik Aliante Gamma K:ium Saddle - black white

Product Name: Fizik Aliante Gamma K:ium Saddle - black white
Manufacturer: Fizik Parts
Item Code: FIZ145006
activity: Cycling
gender: men, unisex
usage bikesport: Road Bike
rail clamp style: round rails
pressure relief: without Relief / Cutout
Material saddle cover: Synthetic
Material saddle rails: Steel Alloy
saddle rail diamater: 7
length x width: 266 x 141mm
Model year: 2022
Color: Black
weight: 255g
Weight Source: Manufacturer
Manufacturer page: http://www.fizik.it