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Selle San Marco Joins Up With Team Cinelli Chrome For A Concor Saddle Collabo

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CinelliXChrome-Concor-Saddle The Selle San Marco Concor saddle has been around since 1978, long enough to have a cult-like following. The first-ever anatomically designed saddle revolutionized the industry, using a nylon base and foam padding. While not exactly the same as the famous original, the current Concor uses the advances of modern technology, now featuring Bioform padding, carbon fiber reinforced shell, and a Leather/Microfeel cover.

Cinelli has teamed up with Selle San Marco for a new collaboration for the Cinelli Chrome team. The $118.03 saddle is based on the Concor UP model, and features custom graphics for the team. The Bioform padding is a closed-cell foam that will not absorb water, and the Microfeel fabric cover has a grippy anti-ski property, perfect for the fixie racing team. Combine that with the Xsilite rails, and you have a nice high-end saddle worthy of the Concor name.

Jump past the break for glamour shots and a link to Cinelli’s Winged Store, where it is available…

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www.teamcinellichrome.com

Cinelli Chrome Concor at the Winged Store

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Rico
Rico
8 years ago

What is it about the city that puts tattoos on cyclists?

Mike Bechanic
Mike Bechanic
8 years ago

“Collabo” is a dumb word.

thesteve4761
thesteve4761
8 years ago

no mo collabo

COLIN
COLIN
8 years ago

Nicholas = bummer. That seat has stitches in the worst places.

Nash
Nash
8 years ago

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1Pro
1Pro
8 years ago

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1Pro
1Pro
8 years ago

must be paid advert. BR, i’m done!

Kristi Benedict
Admin
8 years ago
Reply to  1Pro

1Pro, we do not offer paid editorials on Bikerumor. Your comment was deleted bc it violated our comment policy.

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