San Marco Mantra Supercomfort Dynamic Road Saddle
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San Marco Mantra Supercomfort Dynamic Road SaddleSan Marco Mantra Supercomfort Dynamic Road Saddle
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San Marco Mantra Supercomfort Dynamic Road Saddle
Mantra is the result of an ergonomic study aimed at combining the performance requirements of the most demanding cyclists with the need to provide a flat profile for the saddle itself.
Shock Absorber
An innovative system of shock absorption and vibration dampening ensure increased all round comfort.
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.
Carbon Fibre Reinforced Shell
Nylon with high properties, enriched with a high proportion of long carbon fibre, in order to reinforce the characteristics of rigidity, stiffness and durability without compromising the weight.
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. Slightly heavier than on our standard Biofoam.
Microfeel Cover
Breathable and hard wearing cover. It is lighter than traditional materials and less deformable. Anti-skid effect with an extraordinary grip on the saddle. Biocompatible material.
New Ergonomy
The perfect balance between the support and relief zone. The "big hole" helps maintain comfort under pressure and offers day long support and comfort. The central relief zone is long enough to work in all riding positions and the structural stability bridge prevents unwanted flex and twist.
  • Rail: Manganese 
  • Shell: Carbon Fibre Reinforced
  • Padding: Biofoam Plus
  • Cover: Microfeel
  • Size Narrow: 278 x 138mm / ID-Match Ref S3
  • Weight: 223g 
  • Saddle Profile: Open / Flat
Vince Second purchase of same saddle in a week. Have more than one bike....
VINCE Early days yet, but first impression is that ‘Supercomfort’ does work.