Ergon SMA3 Comp Saddle
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Uphill Chill. Downhill Thrill.
Ergon SMA3 All-Mountain Series.
The Ergon SMA3 Comp saddle offers the perfect balance between performance and comfort. Developed with the Freeride-Legend Richie Schley, Ergon-Factory Rider. Anatomic V-shape and a narrow sloping rear allows for quick change from seated to downhill position. Closed Aircell seat foam for highest saddle support and optimal pressure distribution. The Comp is built with a relief channel for optimum pressure relief in the perineal area. High durability and abrasion resistance by integrating edge protection.
“My choice for trail riding – makes your ass happy.“ - Richie Schley
- Shell: Nylon GFRP
- Rails: TiNox
- Cover: Microfibre
- Cover Edge Protection: Yes
- Padding: Orthopedic AirCell Foam
- Weight: 240g (S), 245g (M)
- Small/Medium: 9-11cm Sit bone width
- Medium/Large: 11-13cm Sit bone width
Ergon SMA3 Comp Saddle
Developed with Freeride Legend Richie Schley, the SMA3 offers the perfect combination of performance and comfort for all mtb riding styles. The flat and narrow sloping rear allows for fast and smooth changes between downhill and seated positions.
The relief channel offers increased protection of the soft-tissue areas, providing many enjoyable hours in the saddle. The CNC machined orthopedic AirCell foam distributes pressure and gives enhanced support. Cover Edge Protection and the Microfiber surface enhance the durability of the SMA3.
V-Shape saddle top for optimal freedom of movement, and easy position changes.
Helps to offer increased protection for soft tissue areas.
Narrow sloping rear with flat contour allows for fast changes from seated to a downhill position.
CNC machined, orthopaedic AirCell padding offers enhanced support and optimal pressure distribution.
Large-Area Pressure Distribution:
Offers optimal pressure distribution for sit and pelvic bones, the contoured surface area helps prevent saddle discomfort.
Silicone side flanks promote greater pedalling efficiency, by reducing friction while pedalling.
No more saddle pain! Even those riders who are not spending a lot of time in the saddle when riding can now enjoy being seated on the bike with this new saddle series. A pronounced relief channel and orthopedic saddle foam provide that extra bit of desired comfort. Despite the outstanding fit properties of the SMA3, the design was also enhanced for unlimited downhill runs. Featuring silicone infused side flanks on the seat cover, all movements on and around the saddle are frictionless and allow for seamless transitions on and over the bike by the rider. Uphill Chill. Downhill Thrill.
Relief by pressure distribution:
The area around the sit bones is less sensitive to pressure, unlike the perineal and genital areas. The sit bones can better distribute the weight of the upper body over the saddle surface. Optimum pressure distribution in the sit bone area and pubic arches is achieved by a flat and uniform surface contact, as well as the use of high-quality orthopedic foams.
Ergon SMA3 Comp Saddle Reviews
Customer Reviews (2)
I manage to completely bend the the rails with 1 month of riding. If your a hard rider, go for carbon
I manage to completely bend the the rails with 1 month of riding. If your a hard rider, go for carbonClose review
What's there to say.... it's a saddle, colours go nicely with my bike and for me it's comfortable (for others it may not be). Price...this is the only gripe, can a saddle really be worth £80!?
What's there to say.... it's a saddle, colours go nicely with my bike and for me it's comfortable (for others it may not be). Price...this is the only gripe, can a saddle really be worth £80!?Close review