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Zero-II Ti 2.0 Saddle Black/White, 134mm

Prologo's saddles fall into one of three categories based on shape. These are flat, semi-round, and round. The Zero II Ti 2. 0 Saddle lands in the first category, with its flat profile enabling riders who tend to move around on their perch find the best position possible. Its shape, materials, and rail system have all been engineered to provide one of the lightest and most supportive saddles available, making it ideal for both road and 'cross applications. Prologo chose to build the Zero II Ti 2. 0 Saddle around its T2. 0 rail system. This is a light chromium/ti blended rail with a base and clamping zone that are both durable and incredibly stiff -- it's the same composition used in the aerospace industries due to its low weight and durable properties. Prologo then attached its nylon base to these rails, creating a supportive foundation that works in conjunction with its multi-density padding. This padding is actually a "system" of varying foam densities that have been strategically placed to provide the optimal blend of comfort and support. The system works to perfectly complement the saddle's flat shape, with the composition of padding densities moving along a gradient. At the rear section, multiple layers of high density padding were applied to handle the bulk of a rider's weight. The perennial zone, or central section, incorporates a medium density, which then tapers toward the softly padded nose. And to keep the Zero's cover free from scuffs, Prologo finished off the saddle with its durable microfiber covering. The Prologo Zero II Ti 2. 0 Saddle is available in a 134mm width, and it comes in the colors Black/white and White/black.

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Zero-II Nack Saddle Hard Black, 134mm

Don't let your saddle slow you down. If you find yourself bogged down by a thick saddle and you are unable to shift your position as fast as you want, it may be time to look at different options. The Prologo Scratch Zero-II Nack is the perfect choice for riders who train hard to race fast. Prologo offers three saddle profiles: round, semi-round, and flat. The Zero-II Nack is flat. Flat saddles are generally considered the best choice for lighter, flexible riders who like to move around a bit to gain power from subtle position changes. The Zero-II Nack was designed with a base made up of varying densities of carbon. This construction allows the saddle to flex in the less dense midsection, while retaining solid support in the more densely designed paddle (widest section). The base is supported by Prologo's Nack 10 rails. Though they are a bit heavier than a carbon fiber rails, Nack 10 rails use Kevlar and small particles of aluminum which increase strength around the clamp points and add to the durability of the rails. Layered on top of the base is light foam padding, which was then wrapped in a microfiber cover. The Prologo Scratch Zero-II Nack Saddle is available in a 134mm width and in the colors Hard Black and White/black.

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Zero-II Nack Saddle

Don't let your saddle slow you down. If you find yourself bogged down by a thick saddle and you are unable to shift your position as fast as you want, it may be time to look at different options. The Prologo Scratch Zero-II Nack is the perfect choice for riders who train hard to race fast. Prologo offers three saddle profiles: round, semi-round, and flat. The Zero-II Nack is flat. Flat saddles are generally considered the best choice for lighter, flexible riders who like to move around a bit to gain power from subtle position changes. The Zero-II Nack was designed with a base made up of varying densities of carbon. This construction allows the saddle to flex in the less dense midsection, while retaining solid support in the more densely designed paddle (widest section). The base is supported by Prologo's Nack 10 rails. Though they are a bit heavier than a carbon fiber rails, Nack 10 rails use Kevlar and small particles of aluminum which increase strength around the clamp points and add to the durability of the rails. Layered on top of the base is light foam padding, which was then wrapped in a microfiber cover. The Prologo Scratch Zero-II Nack Saddle is available in a 134mm width and in the colors Hard Black and White/black.

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Zero-II Nack Saddle White/Black, 134mm

Don't let your saddle slow you down. If you find yourself bogged down by a thick saddle and you are unable to shift your position as fast as you want, it may be time to look at different options. The Prologo Scratch Zero-II Nack is the perfect choice for riders who train hard to race fast. Prologo offers three saddle profiles: round, semi-round, and flat. The Zero-II Nack is flat. Flat saddles are generally considered the best choice for lighter, flexible riders who like to move around a bit to gain power from subtle position changes. The Zero-II Nack was designed with a base made up of varying densities of carbon. This construction allows the saddle to flex in the less dense midsection, while retaining solid support in the more densely designed paddle (widest section). The base is supported by Prologo's Nack 10 rails. Though they are a bit heavier than a carbon fiber rails, Nack 10 rails use Kevlar and small particles of aluminum which increase strength around the clamp points and add to the durability of the rails. Layered on top of the base is light foam padding, which was then wrapped in a microfiber cover. The Prologo Scratch Zero-II Nack Saddle is available in a 134mm width and in the colors Hard Black and White/black.

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Scratch Nack Saddle

If mileage is your motto and your sit bones crave comfort, the Prologo Scratch Nack saddle is the perfect blend of durability and support. While Prologo makes lighter weight race-level saddles as well as more densely padded models, the Scratch Nack is the best of both worlds. To begin with, the shell of the Scratch was molded with multiple densities of carbon. The wider portion of the shell features a denser carbon to support sit bones. Flex and 'bouncing' are minimized, which aids in more efficient power transfer to the pedals. At the same time, the midsection shell was designed to 'give' very lightly beneath your weight, reducing pressure on the sensitive perineal region. Lightweight foam was layered over the carbon shell, providing a soft surface on an otherwise stiff platform. This combination of materials is perfect for long miles on the bike. Although the shell is designed to flex, the rails are not. Here, Prologo used its Nack composite. Nack is an acronym for Nano Aluminum Carbon Kevlar and utilizes tiny aluminum particles within the weave to strengthen the clamp points, which produces a lightweight and very durable rail designed to remain stiff season after season. The round-dome design of the Scratch Nack is one of three profiles offered by Prologo. Unlike its semi-round and flat saddles, Prologo's round dome allows for full contact and even weight distribution across the entire pelvic area, minimizing pressure spots. The saddle was finished with a Lorica cover, which is stronger than classic leather and provides enough grip to keep you firmly in one spot mile after mile. The Prologo Scratch Nack Saddle is 134mm wide and is available in Full Black and Full White color schemes.

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Nago Evo Nack Saddle

Prologo designed the Nago Evo Nack Saddle to be a race saddle with the durability to withstand long seasons of use. True, Prologo designs lighter race-level saddles, but the Nack utilizes Nano Aluminum Carbon Kevlar, rather than carbon fiber, for the rails. This means that you retain the race-worthy comfort of the Nago, while also bolstering your investment. The semi-round shape of this saddle balances perfectly between the more rounded long distance saddles and the completely flat saddles in the Prologo line. However, Prologo compensated for one extreme by incorporating its Active Density System. This system places a stiff padding in the back in order to support the sit bones and a softer padding at the midsection and nose in order to provide more compliance with sensitive areas. This means that the Evo is well suited for long pulls, while at the same time allowing for quick weight and position shifts for more aggressive riding. In conjunction with the semi-round shape, the Easy Stroke Design, or ESD, transitions the widest part of the saddle into deep leg cutouts. ESD also provides further weight reduction. More importantly, though, less inner thigh rubbing against the saddle results in more power to each leg stroke. And while this seems subtle, marginal wattage gains add up over long hours on the road. The ridged nose portion of the microfiber cover minimizes additional power robbing weight shifts. It keeps you parked while in a TT position -- no more sliding forward and backward while trying to keep a smooth pedal stroke. Lastly, the stiff carbon frame, with cutouts beneath the nose, reduces weight without compromising strength. The Prologo Nago Evo Nack saddle is available in a 134mm width and in the colors Black/black and White/black.

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Scratch Pro Nack CPC Saddle White/Black, 134mm

The Prologo Scratch Pro Nack Saddle combines the race-ready silhouette of the Nago Evo with a profile of an endurance saddle. It's especially well-designed for riders who spend the majority of the time in the saddle, even while climbing. The Scratch Pro Nack has a variable stiffness frame made of injected carbon. Varying the stiffness allows the frame to flex in the middle, which leads to better shock absorption and less rider fatigue. The multi-density foam used on top of the frame follows the same principles. A softer padding lines the midsection, while a firmer padding is placed across the paddle (the widest portion), where you sit. Firmer padding not only supports the sit bones, but it also reduces "bouncing," which robs power transfer to the pedals. The saddle is set upon Nack rails. These are carbon fiber woven with Kevlar, and they are interspersed with aluminum particles for added durability. The round profile of the Scratch Pro Nack is one version of the three profiles Prologo manufactures. The rounded design provides even contact with the saddle across the sit bones, thereby minimizing hotspots. In conjunction with the round shape, the Easy Stroke Design (ESD) transitions the widest part of the saddle into deep leg cutouts. This exaggerated silhouette reduces friction points along the inner thighs and helps transfer power more efficiently to the pedals. This endurance saddle was finished off with a tough microfiber cover that resists scratches and abrasion. Prologo's Scratch Pro Nack Saddle is 134mm wide, and it comes in the colors Hard Black and White/black.

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Scratch Pro Ti 2.0 Saddle White/Black, 143mm

Prologo's Scratch Pro Ti 2. 0 Saddle utilizes a fairly traditional, round profile. That makes it ideal for riders who tend to stay seated, even for climbs. But don't judge this saddle by its microfiber cover, as it incorporates several breakthroughs as well. Like all Prologo saddles, the Scratch Pro Ti 2. 0 has a variable stiffness frame (the portion that attaches to the rails), in this case made of injected carbon. Varying the stiffness allows the frame to flex in the middle, which leads to better shock absorption and less rider fatigue. Above the frame, the multi-density foam is softer in the midsection, reflecting the same principles applied to the construction of the frame, and firmer at the paddle (the widest portion), where you sit. And Prologo also made the Ti 2. 0 with something they call Easy Stroke Design, or ESD, where the width dramatically tapers toward the nose. Think of this like a deeper slot for the stroke of your leg, with less friction between your inner thigh and the edge of the saddle. While this saddle received titanium rails, Prologo saw fit to reinforce them with a nickel coating. This does add a few grams, but it also increases durability. If you're a more powerful rider rather than a featherweight spinner, or you want to use this saddle for CX or mountain biking, the additional protection will help lengthen the life of this saddle. Prologo's Scratch Pro Ti 2. 0 Saddle is available in 134mm and 143mm widths and in the colors Black/white and White/black.

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Scratch Pro Ti 2.0 Saddle Black/White, 134mm

Prologo's Scratch Pro Ti 2. 0 Saddle utilizes a fairly traditional, round profile. That makes it ideal for riders who tend to stay seated, even for climbs. But don't judge this saddle by its microfiber cover, as it incorporates several breakthroughs as well. Like all Prologo saddles, the Scratch Pro Ti 2. 0 has a variable stiffness frame (the portion that attaches to the rails), in this case made of injected carbon. Varying the stiffness allows the frame to flex in the middle, which leads to better shock absorption and less rider fatigue. Above the frame, the multi-density foam is softer in the midsection, reflecting the same principles applied to the construction of the frame, and firmer at the paddle (the widest portion), where you sit. And Prologo also made the Ti 2. 0 with something they call Easy Stroke Design, or ESD, where the width dramatically tapers toward the nose. Think of this like a deeper slot for the stroke of your leg, with less friction between your inner thigh and the edge of the saddle. While this saddle received titanium rails, Prologo saw fit to reinforce them with a nickel coating. This does add a few grams, but it also increases durability. If you're a more powerful rider rather than a featherweight spinner, or you want to use this saddle for CX or mountain biking, the additional protection will help lengthen the life of this saddle. Prologo's Scratch Pro Ti 2. 0 Saddle is available in 134mm and 143mm widths and in the colors Black/white and White/black.

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Zero-II Ti 2.0 Saddle

Prologo's saddles fall into one of three categories based on shape. These are flat, semi-round, and round. The Zero II Ti 2. 0 Saddle lands in the first category, with its flat profile enabling riders who tend to move around on their perch find the best position possible. Its shape, materials, and rail system have all been engineered to provide one of the lightest and most supportive saddles available, making it ideal for both road and 'cross applications. Prologo chose to build the Zero II Ti 2. 0 Saddle around its T2. 0 rail system. This is a light chromium/ti blended rail with a base and clamping zone that are both durable and incredibly stiff -- it's the same composition used in the aerospace industries due to its low weight and durable properties. Prologo then attached its nylon base to these rails, creating a supportive foundation that works in conjunction with its multi-density padding. This padding is actually a "system" of varying foam densities that have been strategically placed to provide the optimal blend of comfort and support. The system works to perfectly complement the saddle's flat shape, with the composition of padding densities moving along a gradient. At the rear section, multiple layers of high density padding were applied to handle the bulk of a rider's weight. The perennial zone, or central section, incorporates a medium density, which then tapers toward the softly padded nose. And to keep the Zero's cover free from scuffs, Prologo finished off the saddle with its durable microfiber covering. The Prologo Zero II Ti 2. 0 Saddle is available in a 134mm width, and it comes in the colors Black/white and White/black.

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Scratch Nack Saddle Full Black, 134mm

If mileage is your motto and your sit bones crave comfort, the Prologo Scratch Nack saddle is the perfect blend of durability and support. While Prologo makes lighter weight race-level saddles as well as more densely padded models, the Scratch Nack is the best of both worlds. To begin with, the shell of the Scratch was molded with multiple densities of carbon. The wider portion of the shell features a denser carbon to support sit bones. Flex and 'bouncing' are minimized, which aids in more efficient power transfer to the pedals. At the same time, the midsection shell was designed to 'give' very lightly beneath your weight, reducing pressure on the sensitive perineal region. Lightweight foam was layered over the carbon shell, providing a soft surface on an otherwise stiff platform. This combination of materials is perfect for long miles on the bike. Although the shell is designed to flex, the rails are not. Here, Prologo used its Nack composite. Nack is an acronym for Nano Aluminum Carbon Kevlar and utilizes tiny aluminum particles within the weave to strengthen the clamp points, which produces a lightweight and very durable rail designed to remain stiff season after season. The round-dome design of the Scratch Nack is one of three profiles offered by Prologo. Unlike its semi-round and flat saddles, Prologo's round dome allows for full contact and even weight distribution across the entire pelvic area, minimizing pressure spots. The saddle was finished with a Lorica cover, which is stronger than classic leather and provides enough grip to keep you firmly in one spot mile after mile. The Prologo Scratch Nack Saddle is 134mm wide and is available in Full Black and Full White color schemes.

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Scratch Pro Nack CPC Saddle

The Prologo Scratch Pro Nack Saddle combines the race-ready silhouette of the Nago Evo with a profile of an endurance saddle. It's especially well-designed for riders who spend the majority of the time in the saddle, even while climbing. The Scratch Pro Nack has a variable stiffness frame made of injected carbon. Varying the stiffness allows the frame to flex in the middle, which leads to better shock absorption and less rider fatigue. The multi-density foam used on top of the frame follows the same principles. A softer padding lines the midsection, while a firmer padding is placed across the paddle (the widest portion), where you sit. Firmer padding not only supports the sit bones, but it also reduces "bouncing," which robs power transfer to the pedals. The saddle is set upon Nack rails. These are carbon fiber woven with Kevlar, and they are interspersed with aluminum particles for added durability. The round profile of the Scratch Pro Nack is one version of the three profiles Prologo manufactures. The rounded design provides even contact with the saddle across the sit bones, thereby minimizing hotspots. In conjunction with the round shape, the Easy Stroke Design (ESD) transitions the widest part of the saddle into deep leg cutouts. This exaggerated silhouette reduces friction points along the inner thighs and helps transfer power more efficiently to the pedals. This endurance saddle was finished off with a tough microfiber cover that resists scratches and abrasion. Prologo's Scratch Pro Nack Saddle is 134mm wide, and it comes in the colors Hard Black and White/black.

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Scratch Pro Tirox Saddle Hard Black, 134mm

Similar to all of Prologo's saddles in the Scratch family, the Scratch Pro Tirox borrows a fairly traditional, round profile. This makes it ideal for riders who tend to stay seated, even for climbs. Its shape, materials, and rail system have all been engineered to provide one of the lightest and most supportive saddles available, making it ideal for both road and XC mountain applications. Prologo chose to build the Scratch Pro Tirox Saddle around its Tirox rail system. This is a light steel rail with a base and clamping zone that are both durable and incredibly stiff -- it's the same composition used in the airspace industries due to its low weight and durable properties. Prologo then attached its carbon fiber injected "skeleton" base to the Tirox rails, creating a supportive foundation that works in conjunction with its multi-density padding. This padding is actually a "system" of varying foam densities that have been strategically placed to provide the optimal blend of comfort and support. The system works to perfectly complement the saddle's round shape, with the composition of padding densities moving along a gradient. At the rear section, multiple layers of high density padding were applied to handle the bulk of a rider's weight. The perineal zone, or central section, incorporates a medium density, which then tapers toward the softly padded nose. To keep the Scratch Pro's cover free from scuffs, Prologo finished off the saddle with its Side Protector bumpers. It's also U-clip compatible, meaning that it will accept a variety of Prologo's clip-on lights and saddle bags. The Prologo Scratch Pro Tirox Saddle is available in 134mm and 143mm widths, and it comes in the colors Full White, Hard Black, Hard Black/white, and White/black.

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Scratch Pro Nack Saddle Hard Black, 134mm

If you've ever experienced a saddle sore, you know all too well the grimaces that accompany them. A properly fitting saddle is your first defense against these ride-robbing lesions. The Prologo Scratch Pro Nack Saddle combines the race-ready silhouette of the Nago Evo with a profile of an endurance saddle for all-day comfort. It's especially well-designed for riders who spend the majority of the time in the saddle, even while climbing. The Scratch Pro Nack has a variable stiffness frame made of injected carbon. Varying the stiffness allows the frame to flex in the middle, which leads to better shock absorption and less rider fatigue. The multi-density foam used on top of the frame follows the same principles. A softer padding lines the midsection while a firmer padding is placed across the paddle (the widest portion), where you sit. Firmer padding not only supports the sit bones, it also reduces 'bouncing,' which robs the power transfer to the pedals. The saddle is set upon Nack rails. These are carbon fiber woven with Kevlar, and they are interspersed with aluminum particles for reinforcement. They are strong and durable. The round profile of the Scratch Pro Nack is one version of the three profiles Prologo offers. The rounded design provides even contact with the saddle across the sit bones, thereby minimizing hotspots. In conjunction with the round shape, the Easy Stroke Design, or ESD, transitions the widest part of the saddle into deep leg cutouts. This exaggerated silhouette reduces friction points along the inner thighs and helps transfer power more efficiently to the pedals. This endurance saddle was finished off with a tough microfiber cover that resists scratches and tears. Prologo's Scratch Pro Nack Saddle is 134mm wide and comes in Full White, Hard Black, and Hard Black/white.

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Scratch Pro Nack Saddle Full White, 134mm

If you've ever experienced a saddle sore, you know all too well the grimaces that accompany them. A properly fitting saddle is your first defense against these ride-robbing lesions. The Prologo Scratch Pro Nack Saddle combines the race-ready silhouette of the Nago Evo with a profile of an endurance saddle for all-day comfort. It's especially well-designed for riders who spend the majority of the time in the saddle, even while climbing. The Scratch Pro Nack has a variable stiffness frame made of injected carbon. Varying the stiffness allows the frame to flex in the middle, which leads to better shock absorption and less rider fatigue. The multi-density foam used on top of the frame follows the same principles. A softer padding lines the midsection while a firmer padding is placed across the paddle (the widest portion), where you sit. Firmer padding not only supports the sit bones, it also reduces 'bouncing,' which robs the power transfer to the pedals. The saddle is set upon Nack rails. These are carbon fiber woven with Kevlar, and they are interspersed with aluminum particles for reinforcement. They are strong and durable. The round profile of the Scratch Pro Nack is one version of the three profiles Prologo offers. The rounded design provides even contact with the saddle across the sit bones, thereby minimizing hotspots. In conjunction with the round shape, the Easy Stroke Design, or ESD, transitions the widest part of the saddle into deep leg cutouts. This exaggerated silhouette reduces friction points along the inner thighs and helps transfer power more efficiently to the pedals. This endurance saddle was finished off with a tough microfiber cover that resists scratches and tears. Prologo's Scratch Pro Nack Saddle is 134mm wide and comes in Full White, Hard Black, and Hard Black/white.

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Nago Evo Nack Saddle Hard Black, 134mm

Prologo designed the Nago Evo Nack Saddle to be a race saddle with the durability to withstand long seasons of use. True, Prologo designs lighter race-level saddles, but the Nack utilizes Nano Aluminum Carbon Kevlar, rather than carbon fiber, for the rails. This means that you retain the race-worthy comfort of the Nago, while also bolstering your investment. The semi-round shape of this saddle balances perfectly between the more rounded long distance saddles and the completely flat saddles in the Prologo line. However, Prologo compensated for one extreme by incorporating its Active Density System. This system places a stiff padding in the back in order to support the sit bones and a softer padding at the midsection and nose in order to provide more compliance with sensitive areas. This means that the Evo is well suited for long pulls, while at the same time allowing for quick weight and position shifts for more aggressive riding. In conjunction with the semi-round shape, the Easy Stroke Design, or ESD, transitions the widest part of the saddle into deep leg cutouts. ESD also provides further weight reduction. More importantly, though, less inner thigh rubbing against the saddle results in more power to each leg stroke. And while this seems subtle, marginal wattage gains add up over long hours on the road. The ridged nose portion of the microfiber cover minimizes additional power robbing weight shifts. It keeps you parked while in a TT position -- no more sliding forward and backward while trying to keep a smooth pedal stroke. Lastly, the stiff carbon frame, with cutouts beneath the nose, reduces weight without compromising strength. The Prologo Nago Evo Nack saddle is available in a 134mm width and in the colors Black/black and White/black.

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Scratch Pro Tirox Saddle Hard Black/White, 134mm

Similar to all of Prologo's saddles in the Scratch family, the Scratch Pro Tirox borrows a fairly traditional, round profile. This makes it ideal for riders who tend to stay seated, even for climbs. Its shape, materials, and rail system have all been engineered to provide one of the lightest and most supportive saddles available, making it ideal for both road and XC mountain applications. Prologo chose to build the Scratch Pro Tirox Saddle around its Tirox rail system. This is a light steel rail with a base and clamping zone that are both durable and incredibly stiff -- it's the same composition used in the airspace industries due to its low weight and durable properties. Prologo then attached its carbon fiber injected "skeleton" base to the Tirox rails, creating a supportive foundation that works in conjunction with its multi-density padding. This padding is actually a "system" of varying foam densities that have been strategically placed to provide the optimal blend of comfort and support. The system works to perfectly complement the saddle's round shape, with the composition of padding densities moving along a gradient. At the rear section, multiple layers of high density padding were applied to handle the bulk of a rider's weight. The perineal zone, or central section, incorporates a medium density, which then tapers toward the softly padded nose. To keep the Scratch Pro's cover free from scuffs, Prologo finished off the saddle with its Side Protector bumpers. It's also U-clip compatible, meaning that it will accept a variety of Prologo's clip-on lights and saddle bags. The Prologo Scratch Pro Tirox Saddle is available in 134mm and 143mm widths, and it comes in the colors Full White, Hard Black, Hard Black/white, and White/black.

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Scratch Pro Tirox Saddle Hard Black/White, 143mm

Similar to all of Prologo's saddles in the Scratch family, the Scratch Pro Tirox borrows a fairly traditional, round profile. This makes it ideal for riders who tend to stay seated, even for climbs. Its shape, materials, and rail system have all been engineered to provide one of the lightest and most supportive saddles available, making it ideal for both road and XC mountain applications. Prologo chose to build the Scratch Pro Tirox Saddle around its Tirox rail system. This is a light steel rail with a base and clamping zone that are both durable and incredibly stiff -- it's the same composition used in the airspace industries due to its low weight and durable properties. Prologo then attached its carbon fiber injected "skeleton" base to the Tirox rails, creating a supportive foundation that works in conjunction with its multi-density padding. This padding is actually a "system" of varying foam densities that have been strategically placed to provide the optimal blend of comfort and support. The system works to perfectly complement the saddle's round shape, with the composition of padding densities moving along a gradient. At the rear section, multiple layers of high density padding were applied to handle the bulk of a rider's weight. The perineal zone, or central section, incorporates a medium density, which then tapers toward the softly padded nose. To keep the Scratch Pro's cover free from scuffs, Prologo finished off the saddle with its Side Protector bumpers. It's also U-clip compatible, meaning that it will accept a variety of Prologo's clip-on lights and saddle bags. The Prologo Scratch Pro Tirox Saddle is available in 134mm and 143mm widths, and it comes in the colors Full White, Hard Black, Hard Black/white, and White/black.

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Scratch Pro Nack Saddle Hard Black/White, 134mm

If you've ever experienced a saddle sore, you know all too well the grimaces that accompany them. A properly fitting saddle is your first defense against these ride-robbing lesions. The Prologo Scratch Pro Nack Saddle combines the race-ready silhouette of the Nago Evo with a profile of an endurance saddle for all-day comfort. It's especially well-designed for riders who spend the majority of the time in the saddle, even while climbing. The Scratch Pro Nack has a variable stiffness frame made of injected carbon. Varying the stiffness allows the frame to flex in the middle, which leads to better shock absorption and less rider fatigue. The multi-density foam used on top of the frame follows the same principles. A softer padding lines the midsection while a firmer padding is placed across the paddle (the widest portion), where you sit. Firmer padding not only supports the sit bones, it also reduces 'bouncing,' which robs the power transfer to the pedals. The saddle is set upon Nack rails. These are carbon fiber woven with Kevlar, and they are interspersed with aluminum particles for reinforcement. They are strong and durable. The round profile of the Scratch Pro Nack is one version of the three profiles Prologo offers. The rounded design provides even contact with the saddle across the sit bones, thereby minimizing hotspots. In conjunction with the round shape, the Easy Stroke Design, or ESD, transitions the widest part of the saddle into deep leg cutouts. This exaggerated silhouette reduces friction points along the inner thighs and helps transfer power more efficiently to the pedals. This endurance saddle was finished off with a tough microfiber cover that resists scratches and tears. Prologo's Scratch Pro Nack Saddle is 134mm wide and comes in Full White, Hard Black, and Hard Black/white.

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