Fizik expands 3D-printed saddle range with new Argo Adaptive

A close up of a black saddle with a mesh upper
(Image credit: Fizik)

Since debuting a 3D printed saddle in 2019, Fizik has only offered the technology in its Antares model. Now, with a preview at Sea Otter, it’s transferred the tech to its short-nosed Argo model, with the new Argo Adaptive. 

3D printed cushioning is a relatively new tech in the world of saddles, but not so new that we haven't already got a guide to the best 3D printed saddles. It is however a segment that is confined to either Specialized or Fizik, resulting in something of a low-key arms race to bring new options to market. This time it’s Fizik's turn, with an ‘Adaptive’ version of its short-nose road saddle, the Argo, to compete with the S-Works Power with Mirror from the Big S. 

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