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Brooks Cambium Saddle

Renowned brand Brooks England have commissioned design studio IDEO to create its first new bike saddle in decades, the result named - Cambium, is as they claim "the new generation of bike saddles”. Known throughout the cycling world for the quality of its leather saddles, the English brand have respected the company’s heritage on the new saddle, but have provided significant improvements in terms of comfort and durability. The saddle is crafted from high-quality materials, vulcanized natural rubber and organic cotton canvas, and works like a hammock, delivering immediate comfort while absorbing shock and vibration. It is also waterproof, maintenance free and built for a lifetime. watch the video

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