Prologo Zero II Tirox CPC saddle review

The Prologo Zero II saddle is designed for aggressive riding over short to medium durations, but we think it’s suitable for much more than that.

Reasons to buy
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    No slipping in aggressive positions

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    Good at absorbing road buzz

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Reasons to avoid
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    Not the lightest for the price

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We’d say that the average price for a good performance saddle is probably around the £120 mark, but if your budget stretches a little further then the Prologo Zero II is certainly more than worthy of consideration

The headline feature of the Prologo Zero II is the Connect Power Control (CPC) technology. This is basically dense bunches of tiny suction cups strategically positioned across the saddle’s surface, greatly improving the grip of the saddle. Similar systems have been used in the gloves of Formula 1 and MotoGP racers for a number of years, but Prologo is the first company to apply it to cycling products.

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