The Antares is 1 of Fizik’s 3 Spine Concept Men's Road Saddle shapes. Of these 3, the Antares shape is wide and slightly curved in profile. The R3’s carbon braided rail reduces weight and increases saddle stiffness.
Antares R3 is for The Chameleon: Medium Spine. If you have an intermediate degree of spinal flexibility (approximately 90 degrees between your straight legs and your back when bending over as far as you can, keeping your legs straight a shoulders’ width apart), you are a chameleon.
Your degree of spinal flexibility helps you so far, before you need to rotate your pelvis slightly to fully achieve the performance position. You will benefit from the increased width and slight curvature of the Antares shape.
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Please see our returns policy.
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A beautiful looking saddle that really feels nice in my hands. Unfortunately the carbon rails are much higher / thicker than the metal rails and my seat post clamp would not fit over the new rails. So I have had to say farewell to the beautiful saddle and return it. (Fortunately there is a great returns process so I have just now returned and purchased the metal rail version - I keenly await delivery)
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