Describing the shape and fit of the Boost, which features a short-nose design to maximize efficiency and comfort while also minimizing any pedaling friction, CyclingNews tester Colin Levitch wrote: “It features a relatively aggressive curve profile, which locks you into a supportive powerful pedaling platform.”
The Boost saddle was developed with input from WorldTour road racing pros and is built on an innovative two-piece composite frame that eliminates unwanted flex and maximizes power transfer.
Beyond its comfort and support, CyclingNews editors also praised its light weight. “The saddle features carbon rails (6x9mm) and a fully carbon shell for a total weight of 138 grams,” Levitch wrote.
For more, check out the story at CyclingNews.com.
And for all the details on the CADEX Boost saddle, click here.