Product Comparison: Fizik Antares R3 K:ium vs Fizik Antares
- It's certainly far better than anything I've tried before. Now, I can only hope that Fizik doesn't discontinue it.
- After the first 30 minutes out, I wondered why I couldn't feel anything. I had become so accustomed to numbness and/or pain that total comfort was an altogether new experience.
- Using as a mtb saddle on an endurance race bike. Pretty comfortable and light.
- This is a great saddle and I would highly recommend it to anyone with a sit bone measurement of 120mm.
- Fizik makes great saddles but they are really geared towards racing; great workmanship, high performance, but stiff and without much padding.
- Met all expectations, light, padding is good.
- Overly shaped and no relief channel, but well made and reasonably comfortable.
- This is a comfortable, light saddle.
- It is well made and uses quality materials throughout, but it did not come close to fitting me.
- Very high quality, stitching is great, and I like the finish of surface fabric.
- Light, comfortable, and great to look at.
- Well I put about 100+ miles on the saddle and absolutely love it.
- It's got a glass weave base, very similar in function to a brooks saddle but obviously not leather and super heavy.
- However, for me, a saddle without a cutout just doesn't work. I tried MANY different saddle positions, including extreme fore and aft tilt, but nothing could make me comfortable.
- This saddle was so right for me, that I bought a second one for using on my old steel MTB for going to work.
- No fancy carbon rails here, but this saddle is comfortable and is lasting well.
- After trying several saddles, and almost accepting numbness as an unavoidable side effect of long miles, this saddle is a very welcome change to my rig.
- In my opinion, this is the perfect saddle for mountain biking.