Selle San Marco debutes the Mantra Supercomfort

Selle San Marco has released an addition to the Supercomfort range, this time applied to the Mantra collection.

The Mantra Supercomfort is designed to support users for short to medium rides, whilst the Racing and Dynamic variants offer slightly more tailored usage. The model is also available in two different widths: both wide and narrow.

The padding in the Racing variant features a layer of Biofoam and an extra layer of Gel. These are combined with different variables of thickness according to the area of support, in order to optimise the part that makes contact with the hip bones. The central opening has been completely redesigned to find the meeting point between maximum material drag and the optimal structural resistance of the frame. This particular design prevents wedging and therefore reduces pain to a cyclist’s most sensitive parts.

The Racing version is covered in Microfeel – a breathable material that is highly resistant to abrasion, which features additional micro-perforations to improve transpiration and keep contact surfaces dry.

It also uses a Stealth Xsilite frame. This material features a high percentage of silicon, combined with titanium and carbon to make it light and resistant.

The Dynamic is crafted from manganese, a material that is highly resistant to wear and tear caused by vibrations. 

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