Berk Lupine, Ax Lightness Leaf II. .

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by Vuong05

Where is the best place to order a Lupina saddle from if I'm in Canada?

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by snowdevlin

Have you tried contacting jure berk directly?
I'm on my second lupina, always talked to him before ordering and he's a great guy who replies , advises and even makes a nice discount :-)

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by Pan

I'm enjoying the seat so far.

I've ridden the AX Leaf II Plus for 400mi and a solid century. and you can't just get around the fact that it's a hard seat at times. It does flex and absorb bumps quite nicely. I've gone through hell pot holes and the seat hasn't completely shattered underneath me -- that was my first fear. It's rated far higher than my weight so it better hold up. ; ) My ass is the last thing I'm thinking about when I'm racing though.

It's hardly comfier than my Fizik Aliante more in line with the Specialized Romin Pro and Selle Italia Novus.
2017 Pinarello F8 Dura Ace 9100 @ 7.5kg
2013 Bianchi Infinito 105 @ 8.2kg
1982 Colnago Super Single Speed @ 8.6kg

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by jrobart

Finally put the Lupina on my Seven 622 SLX. Crazy light and discernible difference in comfort from the Romin Pro that I've been riding. Had to play around with the fire/aft position a bit, but I'm really pleased with it so for. Haven't done anything over 50 miles yet, so no long ride reviews but no indication that comfort will decrease.

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by Vuong05

@jrobart, thanks for the review of the Lupina. Mine is on the way from Berk as we speak. Can't wait to try it out myself when it arrives.

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