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Nago Evo Plus Ti 1.4 Saddle White/Black, 134mm

If you're seeking out a do-it-all saddle for either road or cross-country mountain biking that looks great but has a bit more cushioning than the average bum-buster, Prologo makes the excellent Nago Evo Plus Ti 1. 4 Saddle for you. Prologo's family of saddles is carefully divided into three essential subsets: the best-selling Scratch with a rounded saddle shape, the C. One/Zero with a flat shape, and then a semi-rounded hybrid of the two. This semi-rounded Nago Evo shape is best suited for medium to long rides, and for the widest variety of riders. This Nago Evo Plus version of the saddle is the most ergonomic and supportive offering within the family. It features Prologo's Active Shape Technology -- an ergonomic channel carved out in the center of the saddle's multi-density foam, which helps relieve perineal pressure while keeping your weight centered over your sit bones. The seated transition area (the range where the saddle quickly transitions from wider to narrower) on the Nago Evo is also much narrower, reducing friction points during each leg stroke and increasing your pedaling efficacy. And as an added bonus to the comfort level is how the Navo Evo is compatible with Prologo's innovative U-Clip system -- an elegant solution to attaching Prologo's line of lights or saddle bags to the underside of your saddle. The saddle is built around a lightweight carbon fiber-injected frame -- the skeleton of the saddle that supports the foam and attaches to the rails. This is molded with varying densities so that vibration reduction is built-in, and so that the saddle flexes slightly under power. Multi-durometer foam is attached to the frame, with firm support beneath your hips and lighter, more forgiving foam at the mid-section, toward the nose. If you're a more powerful rider, or you want to use this saddle for cyclocross or mountain biking, the additional protection will help lengthen the life of the saddle. The "Ti 1. 4" designation indicates that the saddle's rails...

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Nago Evo Plus Ti 1.4 Saddle Black/White, 134mm

If you're seeking out a do-it-all saddle for either road or cross-country mountain biking that looks great but has a bit more cushioning than the average bum-buster, Prologo makes the excellent Nago Evo Plus Ti 1. 4 Saddle for you. Prologo's family of saddles is carefully divided into three essential subsets: the best-selling Scratch with a rounded saddle shape, the C. One/Zero with a flat shape, and then a semi-rounded hybrid of the two. This semi-rounded Nago Evo shape is best suited for medium to long rides, and for the widest variety of riders. This Nago Evo Plus version of the saddle is the most ergonomic and supportive offering within the family. It features Prologo's Active Shape Technology -- an ergonomic channel carved out in the center of the saddle's multi-density foam, which helps relieve perineal pressure while keeping your weight centered over your sit bones. The seated transition area (the range where the saddle quickly transitions from wider to narrower) on the Nago Evo is also much narrower, reducing friction points during each leg stroke and increasing your pedaling efficacy. And as an added bonus to the comfort level is how the Navo Evo is compatible with Prologo's innovative U-Clip system -- an elegant solution to attaching Prologo's line of lights or saddle bags to the underside of your saddle. The saddle is built around a lightweight carbon fiber-injected frame -- the skeleton of the saddle that supports the foam and attaches to the rails. This is molded with varying densities so that vibration reduction is built-in, and so that the saddle flexes slightly under power. Multi-durometer foam is attached to the frame, with firm support beneath your hips and lighter, more forgiving foam at the mid-section, toward the nose. If you're a more powerful rider, or you want to use this saddle for cyclocross or mountain biking, the additional protection will help lengthen the life of the saddle. The "Ti 1. 4" designation indicates that the saddle's rails...

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Zero II Tirox CPC Saddle Black, 134mm

Prologo's Zero II profile is relatively flat, which enables riders who tend to move around on their perch find the best position. 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 Tirox 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 aerospace 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 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 perineal zone, or central section, incorporates a medium density, which then tapers toward the softly padded nose. Prologo then wrapped this padding with a soft microfiber cover. This outer layer was constructed with its CPC (Connect Power Control) technology, which is a textured surface treatment that keeps the rider "connected" to the correct riding position. This surface targets the contact points between the cyclist and the saddle, providing added comfort and overall control to the rider. CPC panels are composed of small "volcano" shock absorbers with hollowed heads. As weight is applied to these panels, the heads open up, providing a vacuum-like grip that keeps the rider from sliding around on the saddle. The Prologo Zero II Tirox CPC Saddle is available in a 134mm width and in the color Black.

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Nago Evo Tirox Saddle White/Black, One Size

Prologo's Nago saddle shape splits the different between the company's more rounded Scratch saddle and the flat Zero saddle. If you don't want to pick between the two, and if you don't want to pay a bundle for titanium or carbon fiber rails just to save a few grams, then the Prologo Nago Evo Tirox Saddle is what you want, offering a shape that fits nearly anyone, for on- or off-road riding, while keeping more dollars in your wallet. Tirox is a lightweight steel alloy that virtually mimics the properties of titanium without being as costly to produce and manipulate. It will give up a bit of weight and durability to pure ti rails, but it's still plenty light and plenty strong for the vast majority of riders. The saddle features the same innovations as the other Nago Evo saddles, including a featherweight carbon frame -- the "skeleton" of the saddle that supports the foam and attaches to the rails. This is molded with varying densities, so that vibration reduction is built-in, and so that the saddle flexes slightly under power. Multi-durometer foam is attached to the frame, with firm support beneath your hips and lighter, more forgiving foam at the midsection, toward the nose. Speaking of which, if you need to scoot forward on the saddle, the microfiber cover features ridges that add just enough grip to hold you squarely and comfortably for easy paceline work, while Prologo's Easy Stroke Design profile gives your legs more space to move for greater pedaling efficiency without sacrificing support. The Prologo Nago Evo TiroX Saddle comes in a 134mm width only, measured across the widest part of the saddle. It comes in the color schemes White/black and Hard Black/white, and it weighs 227 grams.

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Scratch Pro Tirox Saddle White/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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Nago Evo Nack Saddle White/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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Nago Evo X10 CPC Tirox Saddle White/Black, 135mm

If cross-country racing feeds your soul, the Prologo Nago Evo X10 CPC Saddle was designed for you. It is Prologo's Nago Evo X10 taken to another level. The carbon fiber frame was designed with varying densities of material. Denser carbon was molded under the paddle (widest part), while less dense carbon was used in the midsection. This allows a slight flex to the frame under more sensitive areas, while providing ample support for the sit bones. Working in conjunction with the frame, the EV-2 Active Density foam also provides varying levels of firmness from the back to the front of the saddle. The entire saddle rests on Nack rails. Unlike traditional carbon fiber rails, Nack is a composite of carbon and Kevlar with particles of aluminum added to increase strength at clamp points. This makes it lightweight as well as very durable. The profile of the saddle is halfway between a round, endurance saddle and a flat, road competition model. The semi-round profile is comfortable for long endurance rides on the trails, while at the same time versatile enough for steep climbs and fast descents. The narrow shape and wide leg cutouts provide increased pedaling efficiency. The saddle was finished with a microfiber cover -- but that isn't all. Prologo has taken its CPC (Connect Power Control) technology, and layered segments of CPC material on top of the microfiber from the paddle to the nose. This material is comprised of a series of volcano-like structures which, under weight, provide additional cushioning and a non-slip surface. Using this material on the Nago Evo X10 means that you stay put on the saddle, no matter what your position.The Nago Evo X10 CPC Tirox Saddle is 135mm wide and is available in either Hard Black or White/black.

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Scratch Pro Plus Tirox Saddle Full Black, 134mm

Prologo's saddles are placed into one of three categories based on their shape. Flat, semi-round, or round. The Scratch Pro Plus Tirox Saddle lands in the third category. Its rounded shape makes it a good choice for riders who tend to stay seated, even while climbing. The Scratch Pro Plus Tirox 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. Layered on the frame, the multi-density foam is softer in the mid-section, reflecting the same principles applied to the construction of the frame, and firmer at the paddle (the widest portion), where you sit. In addition, Active Shape Technology (AST) takes the design of the foam one step further. Not only are the mid-section and paddle zones different densities, but within each zone are varying densities and well as shapes. This design serves to even further reduce hot spots on the pelvic and perineal regions. Prologo endows the Scratch Pro Plus 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 inner thigh and edge of the saddle you get more efficient power transmission. The Pro Plus rests on Tirox light-alloy steel rails. This, combined with a tough microfiber cover, makes it suitable not just for the road, but also a great saddle for cyclocross and mountain biking. Prologo's Scratch Pro Plus Tirox Saddle is available in 134mm and 143mm widths and comes in Full Black and Full White color schemes.

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Nago EVO CPC Saddle Team Blk/Wht/Red, One Size

Just like with most cyclists, most saddles aren't simply one-trick ponies. The Prologo Nago EVO CPC Saddle illustrates this fact more readily than most, combining a semi-round body with variable shaping, padding, and Prologo's CPC texture in order to create a stable platform that accommodates the myriad in-saddle positions that you'll find yourself in over the course of a season. The Nago EVO CPC's outer layer is a microfiber fabric that incorporates Prologo's proprietary CPC technology, which is a textured surface treatment that keeps you in place. When viewed up close, the surface itself the CPC looks like small volcanos -- as weight is applied to them, they open up and provide a vacuum-like grip. It's not literally being glued to your seat, but it's about as close to that state as we'd like to come on a bike ride. CPC's grip minimizes power-robbing weight shifts. It keeps you parked whether you're in a TT position or back on your sit bones -- no more sliding forward and backward like a Schleck in a time trail while trying to keep a smooth pedal stroke. 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. The Easy Stroke Design, or ESD, transitions the widest part of the saddle into deep leg cutouts in order to accommodate full leg motion. 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. Lastly, the carbon-injected nylon frame reduces weight without compromising strength. The Nago EVO's construction is finished off with the Active Density and Active Shape technologies. Active Density 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 th...

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Scratch 2 CPC Saddle Team Blk/Wht/Red, One Size

Many of us are leery of trying new saddle technology -- more so than maybe any other component. Like you, we've spent years riding different options and figuring out what works best for our particular bike/body interface. So we initially approached Prologo's Scratch 2 CPC Saddle, with its strange patches of little suction cup tubes, with some trepidation. Turns out that, like dimpled patterning on deep dish carbon rims, this new texture was developed for a good reason. The Scratch 2 CPC's outer layer is a microfiber fabric that incorporates Prologo's proprietary CPC technology, which is a textured surface treatment that keeps you in place. When viewed up close, the surface itself the CPC looks like small volcanos -- as weight is applied to them, they open up and provide a vacuum-like grip. It's not literally being glued to your seat, but it's about as close to that state as we'd like to come on a bike ride. The base is made from carbon-injected nylon for an ideal balance of durability and weight that keeps the price down. The material's stiffness varies across its body, with the middle providing more flex to absorb road noise and bumps. The padding is Prologo's lightfoam, which is firm enough to keep you from bouncing in the saddle but soft enough to keep you in the saddle, period. The rails are made of TiroX, a steel alloy chosen for its light weight and impressive strength. It's been proven in the aerospace industry, so you can rest assured that it's capable of handling as many hours in the saddle as you are. The Prologo Scratch 2 CPC Saddle is available in the color Team Black/white/red.

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Nago Evo Tirox Saddle Hard Black/White, One Size

Prologo's Nago saddle shape splits the different between the company's more rounded Scratch saddle and the flat Zero saddle. If you don't want to pick between the two, and if you don't want to pay a bundle for titanium or carbon fiber rails just to save a few grams, then the Prologo Nago Evo Tirox Saddle is what you want, offering a shape that fits nearly anyone, for on- or off-road riding, while keeping more dollars in your wallet. Tirox is a lightweight steel alloy that virtually mimics the properties of titanium without being as costly to produce and manipulate. It will give up a bit of weight and durability to pure ti rails, but it's still plenty light and plenty strong for the vast majority of riders. The saddle features the same innovations as the other Nago Evo saddles, including a featherweight carbon frame -- the "skeleton" of the saddle that supports the foam and attaches to the rails. This is molded with varying densities, so that vibration reduction is built-in, and so that the saddle flexes slightly under power. Multi-durometer foam is attached to the frame, with firm support beneath your hips and lighter, more forgiving foam at the midsection, toward the nose. Speaking of which, if you need to scoot forward on the saddle, the microfiber cover features ridges that add just enough grip to hold you squarely and comfortably for easy paceline work, while Prologo's Easy Stroke Design profile gives your legs more space to move for greater pedaling efficiency without sacrificing support. The Prologo Nago Evo TiroX Saddle comes in a 134mm width only, measured across the widest part of the saddle. It comes in the color schemes White/black and Hard Black/white, and it weighs 227 grams.

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