Fusion One Features
Redesigned foam shape for a slightly softer feel
Improved saddle cover for increased abrasion resistance
Now T-bar reinforcement plate compatible for increased stiffness
Additional improvements throughout
Redesigned Foam Shape
The Fusion One is slighter softer than its predecessor to let you focus on nothing but the trail ahead – even on long rides.
Deeper center cutaway for extra comfort
Additional 6 mm padding in the rear part, while keeping the foam in the front comfortably slim
Just enough extra front-back curvature to make you feel the difference
New double density foam: The softer top layer is more forgiving, while the back of the saddle has a higher density foam layer on the bottom. The high density foam supports the sit bones and absorb shock.
Improved Saddle Cover
Its low profile saddle cover design is durable and won’t cause chafing on long rides.
Now with Kevlar-reinforced fabric back panel for increased abrasion resistance
Exposed panel stitching on seams has been eliminated to minimize chafing.
The pivotal bolt hole in the saddle cover has been moved 5 mm further forward to better align with the bolt
Updated Saddle Base
Now you can install the reinforcement plate on your T-bar for additional stiffness and strength.
An additional threaded insert has been added to the saddle base to install the reinforcement plate, either with the T-bar handle or on its own. This adds stiffness and strength to the whole seat.
All reinforcement plates shipped after Spring 2016 come with a 3rd hole that is needed to install the reinforcement plate. Older plates can be retrofitted if the rider is able/willing to drill a hole in the plate.