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Infinity L2-Series Seat

Infinity L2-Series Seat

Like its L1-Series predecessor, the new L2-Series is hand-skinned with top-grain leather and padding. Unlike the L1-Series, the L2 features our signature full-cutout design. Ingenuity and head-turning style—rolled into one seat guaranteed to increase your comfort.

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$295.00

 
 
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Hand-crafted leather. Performance a cut above.

Like its L1-Series predecessor, the new L2-Series is hand-skinned top-grain leather. Unlike the L1-Series, the L2 features our signature full-cutout design. Ingenuity and head-turning style—rolled into one saddle guaranteed to increase your performance and comfort.

The design of the Infinity L2-Series covers a wide range of cyclists: novice to advanced. Similar to the Infinity N-Series, the L2-Series seat will allow both the novice and the advanced rider to feel the road and also the fluidity of the peddle stroke. For many cyclists (intermediate to advanced) the padding of L2-Series allows for riding with only a training short. You can choose your comfort level.

Here’s how it works: The revolutionary Infinity Seat design relieves 100% of the pressure on your sit bones and pubic bone, making this a saddle like no other. All points of contact are with areas of your anatomy that “provide their own padding”. Although it may look a little strange at first, after one or two rides most people are totally convinced, and NEVER GO BACK.

If you’re a female between 5’0″ and 5’9″, or a male between 5’2″ and 6’2″, you should be extremely satisfied.

Still wondering which Infinity Bike Seat is for you?…Fill out your specs (located on the Contacts page) for advice.

 

1 review for Infinity L2-Series Seat

  1. joelb@Iatric.com

    5 out of 5

    What Seat?

    Over the past few years, I’ve found that no matter what seat I tried and no matter what chamois/shorts I bought that after and hour or so, the seat becomes uncomfortable. As I rode I tried to think how I could solve the problem. Did it need more padding or less? Should the padding be under the hot spot or around it? I concluded that the best way was something like a toilet seat design. Yes I know that’s not the most attractive analogy but its clear.

    While searching the internet I found the Infinity Bike seat. I saw the video about how your bone structure fits in the seat. It made sense. I purchased the N seat on sale and tried it. The N is made of plastic and some of the corners are sharp and take a little getting use to but the concept worked. After riding for an hour or two I was fine. Nothing was sore. Living in MA and riding in the cold (freezing and below), I found that the N seat was a little slippery in the cold. I decided to try the padded leather L2 seat. The minute I hit the seat there was an ahhh moment. The extra padding softened the corners and the leather was a little less slippery. So now while I’m riding, the question is “What seat?” If I can forget about the seat then its doing what I want. What’s even better is that the company allowed me to upgrade from the N to the L2 seat for just the cost difference. If you’ve been having seat issues and you’re not too big or small (I’m 5’9″ and 125 lbs), I suggest you give it a try.

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Product Description

Hand-crafted leather. Performance a cut above.

Like its L1-Series predecessor, the new L2-Series is hand-skinned top-grain leather. Unlike the L1-Series, the L2 features our signature full-cutout design. Ingenuity and head-turning style—rolled into one saddle guaranteed to increase your performance and comfort.

The design of the Infinity L2-Series covers a wide range of cyclists: novice to advanced. Similar to the Infinity N-Series, the L2-Series seat will allow both the novice and the advanced rider to feel the road and also the fluidity of the peddle stroke. For many cyclists (intermediate to advanced) the padding of L2-Series allows for riding with only a training short. You can choose your comfort level.

Here’s how it works: The revolutionary Infinity Seat design relieves 100% of the pressure on your sit bones and pubic bone, making this a saddle like no other. All points of contact are with areas of your anatomy that “provide their own padding”. Although it may look a little strange at first, after one or two rides most people are totally convinced, and NEVER GO BACK.

If you’re a female between 5’0″ and 5’9″, or a male between 5’2″ and 6’2″, you should be extremely satisfied.

Still wondering which Infinity Bike Seat is for you?…Fill out your specs (located on the Contacts page) for advice.

 

1 review for Infinity L2-Series Seat

  1. joelb@Iatric.com

    5 out of 5

    What Seat?

    Over the past few years, I’ve found that no matter what seat I tried and no matter what chamois/shorts I bought that after and hour or so, the seat becomes uncomfortable. As I rode I tried to think how I could solve the problem. Did it need more padding or less? Should the padding be under the hot spot or around it? I concluded that the best way was something like a toilet seat design. Yes I know that’s not the most attractive analogy but its clear.

    While searching the internet I found the Infinity Bike seat. I saw the video about how your bone structure fits in the seat. It made sense. I purchased the N seat on sale and tried it. The N is made of plastic and some of the corners are sharp and take a little getting use to but the concept worked. After riding for an hour or two I was fine. Nothing was sore. Living in MA and riding in the cold (freezing and below), I found that the N seat was a little slippery in the cold. I decided to try the padded leather L2 seat. The minute I hit the seat there was an ahhh moment. The extra padding softened the corners and the leather was a little less slippery. So now while I’m riding, the question is “What seat?” If I can forget about the seat then its doing what I want. What’s even better is that the company allowed me to upgrade from the N to the L2 seat for just the cost difference. If you’ve been having seat issues and you’re not too big or small (I’m 5’9″ and 125 lbs), I suggest you give it a try.

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