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Prologo Nago Evo Dea Saddle is no longer available at Merlin Cycles. However you may find an alternative or updated product below.

This item was discontinued 15th October 2014.

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Code: PROLOGO-NE-DEA

Optimized for women, the Prologo Nago Evo Dea T2.0 Saddle is designed for comfort from the rails up.

Solid titanium rails provide the right amount of flex while keeping weight minimized. Active Density padding combines shell stiffness and foam density for a support profile that relieves pressure through the middle of the saddle while providing a base for long efforts without discomfort. Further enhancing the Nago Evo Dea's performance and pressure protection is the Carbon Fiber Injection Shell customized with the tuned flex of a Nago Evo Pas cut-out pattern. At 141mm wide, the Nago Evo Dea gives optimal support to women's sit-bones, which are almost always wider than men's. Finally, the combination of a one-piece cover and a relieved center channel provides a chafe- and pressure-free platform

Light hight strength T2.0 cromoly rails

 

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Much comfier than my old selle italia and much lighter too. Huge bargain too! Very happy.
I got this on 22/3/14 after I ordered it two days prior. Shipment was a lot faster than expected, and I just rode 32 miles, and I have to say. I should have bought more. Once this is broke in, it is going to be awesome. Expectations completely blown away. This is an awesome saddle.
Quality made and getting a better ride than I got with a unisex saddle so it has solved my saddle dilemma