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Fizik Antares Versus K:ium Saddle
Fizik Antares Versus K:ium Saddle

Fizik Antares Versus Saddle

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The standard Antares shape and features with a central pressure relief channel. K:ium rails are lighter and stronger than titanium and provide vibration dampening. Carbon reinforced Nylon shell flexes with the rider and provides shock absorption. Features integrated clip system (ICS) compatible with Fizik Blin:k light and saddle bag. 275mm Long x 142mm Wide (at widest point). Black Microtex cover with glossy black wings. 212 grams.

Rail Material: K:ium 

Length: 275 mm

Width: 142 mm

Cover Material: Microtex 

ICS Compatible: Yes 

Made in: Italy 

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Reviewed 2/6/2017
by Jon
Cycling Enthusiast
Nashville, TN
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Giving it a little more time

I chose this saddle for a new bike build and I'm not fully convinced that I made the right choice. Using the flexibility model from Fi'zik I come out on the snake end (highly flexible), but I thought it wise to go with something in the middle, which they call Chameleon. So far, I've put about 85 miles in this saddle and I can't get used to a pinching sensation, which I think comes from edges of the pressure relief channel. This is nothing severely uncomfortable, but still annoying. As for construction, weight, looks, etc., this is Fi'zik and so it is top notch in all those areas. I'll give it another few rides and then make a decision - there could just be a break in period that I need to get through.

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Review for Fizik 2013 Antares Versus Saddle
Reviewed 4/28/2014
by OaktownCyclist
Cycling Enthusiast
Oakland, CA
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Good, but Arione is still better

I'm still hunting for the right saddle. I tried this but liked the Arione much better - more positions and a softer angle in the back. I do like the channel/groove, but cut-outs are more effective.

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