Fizik Antares Versus S-Alloy Saddle
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Fizik Antares Versus S-Alloy Saddle
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Fizik Antares Versus S-Alloy Road Saddle

The Antares Versus S-Alloy Saddle from Fizik is the same as the popular lightweight Antares, but with Fizik's Versus pressure relief channel. Fizik have maximised the surface area to improve the comfort of the saddle without involving the shape edges that are common on cutout saddles. If your looking for a comfortable popular lightweight saddle put the Fizik Antares Versus Saddle in your basket. The Antares Vs is made for riders with medium degree of flexibility in their spine, (approximately 90 degrees between your straight legs and your back when bending over as far as you can, keeping your legs straight a shoulders' width apart). If this sounds like you, then the Chameleon range is what you are looking for. The seat has been designed for comfortable pelvic rotation to help you fully acheive an aggressive performance position past your spinal flexibilty alone. Provided this saddle's width isn't too narrow, some women may find this model comfortable due to the presence of the relief channel.


  • Cover: Material Mircotex
  • Shell: Nylon Carbon Reinforced
  • Padding: Low density with relief channel
  • Rails: S-Alloy
  • Dimensions: 275 x 142mm
  • Extra Features: Integrated Clip System for bags and lights, Thigh glides
  • Animal: Chameleon
  • Weight: 209g

Antares / Chameleon - A slight curve towards the rear of the saddle, slightly wider than the arione.  Provides some pelvic rotation support whilst still allowing some movement of the rider on the saddle.

Pierre-M H Great saddle, the channel really helps
Lance Boardman Excellent saddle for the price, comfortable on long rides
Wal Ridden 600kms so far, and seat is now starting to bed in. Very slippery at first, but that has changed in the riding so far. At first, I thought it was a bad buy, but the more I ride on it, the more comfortable it becomes. But that said, I would suggest that it is not an all day saddle, but more suited for rides of up to 4 hours. My normal riding is 3 hours, 3 times a week for a total of 240kms.