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    The new Dirty ED saddles are specific models created for the world of Enduro and Downhill. Featuring a compact and shorter tail shape to best fit with 29er and 27.5 wheel bikes for the best possible wheel clearance and is more suitable for the time spent out of the saddle.

    The Protek technology adds silicone inserts on the cover increases the durability factor and ensures better bike control. The cover has been updated with the new Silkfeel Plus material.

    Key Features:
    • Rail: Manganese / Matt Black
    • Shell: Glass Fibre Reinforced
    • Padding: Biofoam Plus
    • Cover: Silkfeel Plus + Protek
    • Size: 260 x 134mm
    • Colours: Black
    • Extra: Side Bumper & Protek Silicon inserts
    Manganese Rails: This material increases the characteristics of the frame by improving its resistance to wear caused by shocks. This type of rail is used on our Dynamic level saddles.

    Glass Fibre Reinforced Shell: Nylon charged with a high percentage of glass fibre in order to get a perfect balance between resistance and lightweight.

    Biofoam Plus: Biodynamic structure that follows the movements of the pelvis during pedalling, guarantees comfort, reduced weight, lasting resistance and ideal support. The “closed cells” surface ensures water is repelled from the padding.

    Silkfeel Plus Cover: Breathable, hard wearing and less deformable cover than traditional materials. Biocompatible material. Superficial finishing with silk effect. The PLUS version come with enhanced fatigue resistance and increased durability

    Protek: "Protection" technology to increase the resistance of the product and its capacity to withstand to wear and tear. Silicone supports integrated in the cover and distributed in the most subject to wear area. It also increase control skills in aggressive out of the saddle riding.