|Intended use||High Performance Road saddle|
|Comfort||3-position Comfort Trigger|
|Intended use||Road racing|
|Saddle length||240 mm|
|Saddle width||145 mm|
|Saddle height||50 mm|
|Neck width||63 mm|
|Base material||Full carbon UD|
|Rail material||Full carbon|
|Rail shape||Oval 7 x 9 mm|
|Cover material||Artificial leather|
All orders under 100 will be shipped with a shipping fee of 7,50. Orders over 100 have no shipping charges.
Your order will be processed immediately. Normally all orders placed before 17:00 CET will be shipped that day. We will not ship out any products during weekends and public holidays.
You will receive a shipping confirmation with track and trace information. Normal delivery time is 2-3 days for orders inside Europe. Global shipping might take a few days more to get there. Don't worry, you will always be able to track and trace your parcel.
Genus Pro CC
The pinnacle of saddle design.
Here at Ere we focus on making saddles. Saddles that serve a true purpose and add value to your user experience. If there’s one thing we learned over the years designing and developing saddles it iss that we cannot make the perfect saddle that works for everyone. Therefore we need to create options in shape, size and function in order to stay true to our believes in making saddles, but at the same time serve our community with the true value in each saddle solution.
Our experience in making saddles for other brands show our true heritage to saddlemaking. Together with the numerous global universities that we worked with over the years, trying to study and find out what happens inside the human body while cycling.
And the long terms effects that causes to our body, going as far as studying the human body itself in an anatomy lab, all of this has given us the knowledge and that deep understanding of what we need to do in order to create solutions for our community, to keep them cycling as healthy as possible.
That is what we thrive for at Ere.
Our saddles are unisex. Our own studies and experiences throughout the last 20 years have shown that differences in sizing and body types are not restricted to gender.
In our ongoing research with the University of Stanford Medicine Department no person is the same in terms of saddle needs, and how they are built in terms of sex, posture, flexibility and soft tissue shape. It is about the right shape and not to “box-fit” female or male riders into the saddle shape they supposedly should ride.