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The Kappa Space saddle is for recreational use and will provide a good deal of comfort for long periods of riding. This new Space version has extra width, more generous padding with multiple foam densities and a more pronounced PAS channel. It’s suitable for men and women.
- Size (mm): 270 * 147
- Weight (g): 267
- Base: Carbon Fiber Injection
- Rail: T 2.0
- Cover: Microfiber
- Padding: Light PU
Space: This is a modified version of the Prologo PAS technology. The cutaway eliminates pressure peaks and pelvic numbness. Unlike regular cut-outs, it remains effective over the course of long rides. Compared to PAS, SPACE tech features a larger anatomical channel that drives along the saddle around the central axis. The padding is 3mm thicker, and features multi density foam along the length. Furthermore, the Space saddles are wider for greater Ischial support. This technology is particularly suited to riders with wider sit bones/female riders.
T2.0: Chromium rails with a high hardness index. They provide the perfect blend of mechanical resistance and compliance over a long lifespan. The material is chosen for its ability to deal with impacts and stresses.
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.