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Ass Savers

Ass Savers Splash Protection Big for Saddle white (2021)

ID: 1410330
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Product Description

Whether you commute to work or race in the UCI World tour, the Ass Saver saddle mudguard will keep your butt dry and dramatically increase the comfort on cold and wet rides.

The latest Ass Saver sports the new FLIP-TIP attachment system. Once fitted, simply fold up the tip of the Ass Saver and it will securely lock to the saddle rails.

Have no doubt, The fourth generation of Ass Savers clip-on mudguards is your new best friend. Easy to hook up with, never being a burden and always there to cover your back, no matter what.

Details

  • Wide splash guard for tool-free attachment to the saddle stays, also carbon
  • Easy assembly through the use of the origami principle
  • Fastening by means of patented flip-tip system
  • Suitable for tyre widths between 30-50mm
Specifications
Type
Rear mudguard  
Operating Range
MTB  
Main Information
Build: Clip on
Suitable wheel sizes: 29'', 28'', 27.5'', 26''
Dimensions
Thickness: 0.8 mm
Profile Width Rear (max.): 50 mm
fender width rear: 115 mm
Rear fender length: 383 mm
Material
Polypropylene  
Weight
Rear: 25.5  g
Scope of Delivery
Delivery: 1x Ass Savers 1 ABS-1 Big  
Gender
Unisex
Model year
2021
Product number
1410330
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