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The Nago Evo is a unisex semi round saddle ideal for medium to long distance riding. 

This model has a shape and padding that is refined for 80-100mm travel mountain bikes and XC applications.


Specifications:


  •     Size (mm): 280 * 135
  •     Weight (gr): 199
  •     Base: Carbon Fiber Injection
  •     Rail available: NackTiroX
  •     Cover: Microfiber + CPC
  •     Padding: Light Foam


Technologies:


CPC: Connect, Power Control: Prologo patented technology, the specially designed CPC surface features 3D polymer volcanoes arranged for maximum benefit. This includes optimum grip, shock absorption, and air cooling. Furthermore, it enhances blood flow through massaging action, reducing numbness and tendon related discomfort. In turn this reduces fatigue.


Nack: Nano carbon fibre rail. In addition to the carbon, Kevlar and aluminium filaments are integrated into the seat-post clamp area and are arranged in a production process called Braided Carbon Rail (BCR) to give strength. Nack rails give the optimal weight and durability required of a performance saddle. It has 7x9mm oval rails. 


ESD: Ergo Shape Design: This is a refined saddle shape, developed as a result of biomechanical studies done by Prologo over several years. ESD saddles feature a slender front area and a short rear area that quickly reaches maximum width. This permits a round pedal stroke, allowing the rider to maintain a natural position.  The legs of the cyclist have more space during all phases of the pedal stroke, reducing friction and increasing alignment and performance. Finally, the opening swift of the rear part of the saddle helps the rider to find the correct support and support of the ischial bones. This prevents sliding forward and any rotation of the pelvis.