Composit has the same structure and design as the Carbon models. The body in elastomerized Nylon 12 filled with carbon fiber is covered in real leather in the black versions and microfibre in the colored ones.
This model is not padded, therefore Composit is particularly suited for cyclists used to pedaling on rigid and narrow seats.
The patented features by Selle SMP, such as the completely free central channel, the original eagle-beak nose and the raised rear give these models an interesting aerodynamic touch. Suited for thin people with narrow pelvises.
- Weight: 210 g
- Dimensions: 263 x 129 mm
- Padding: absent
- Body: elastomerized Nylon 12 filled with carbon fiber
- Covering: Real leather for the black version and microfibre for the colored ones
- Frame: AISI 304 stainless steel tube
- Recommended for: Road and Mountain Bikes
- Recommended for sizes:
- XS - S - M
Ergonomics is a science that studies the interaction between individuals and technologies.
The quality of the relationship between the user and the means used is determined by the ergonomic level. The most important requisites that determine this level is safety, followed by adaptability, usability, comfort, pleasantness, comprehensibility, etc.
The objective of ergonomics is to analyze the effects of technology on people, in terms of health, performance and behaviour.
Ergonomics is a preventive discipline, with the purpose of studying how to avoid damaging effects.
In order to create the SMP4BIKE range we set a fundamental objective:
Reduce pressure on the perineum and the consequent pressing of neuro-vascular structures in order to decrease the incidence of genitourinary problems and disorders in cyclists.
To pursue this objective we set further goals: our saddles must have an innovative design and top quality.
Research and development activities led to defining exclusive patents with regard to shape, curvature and the dimensions of the various parts that make up the saddle.
All models are characterized by common and exclusive features of SMP4BIKE production:
1. The nose of the saddle:
the characteristic "beak" shape has been designed to provide a flat base for strain when sitting, for example when facing long uphill climbs and as help in descents, offering greater bike control using the thighs. Furthermore, the most important thing is that testicles are not pressed upward.
2. The central channel:
its unusual dimensions permit the rectum, prostrate, pudendal vein, the dorsal vein and artery of the penis, scrotum and testicles, the vulva and clitoris to not undergo any pressure.
3. Cyclist's sitting position:
body weight is divided between the rear and the lower part of the ischial tuberosities. The position is favoured by the back profile shaped in such a way to avoid pressure on the coccyx when riding on rough roads.
4. The length of the bars/frame:
it permits any cyclist to find the correct position on the saddle, making installation particularly simple and efficacious on practically any frame/saddle support combination.