Specialized has released a new version of its Power Pro saddle with Mirror technology, a 3D-printed structure upper said to reflect your anatomy “perfectly”.
This is the third saddle Specialized has released with Mirror, and the first not to bear the ‘S-Works’ moniker, following the S-Works Power with Mirror and the S-Works Romin EVO with Mirror .
While the upper has the same Mirror technology as those two saddles, the difference lies in the rails, with the Power Pro with Mirror trading carbon for titanium.
Specialized claims the Power is the “strongest Mirror ever” because of the titanium rails and says it’s suitable for road, mountain biking and gravel riding as a result.
The saddle is also described as Specialized’s “first step on the road to closed-loop production” because it uses reclaimed carbon fibre in the base.
The Power Pro with Mirror is suitable for men and women, and is available in two sizes: 143mm and 155mm. It costs £290 / $325 / AU$500 / €370. Mirror technology
This isn’t the first time we’ve seen the Power Pro come with additional technology to aid comfort – we reviewed the Power Pro with Elaston in 2018, which used a foam construction made with expanded beads said to feel like “sitting on 1,000 pillows”.With Mirror, Specialized says it’s looking beyond foam. The Power Pro is made by 3D-printing a liquid polymer into an “infinitely tunable honeycomb structure”, which is claimed to keep you comfortable, powerful and healthy because it ‘mirrors’ your anatomy.The upper is said to […]