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Airhawk? has anyone here used the Airhawk saddle cushion? If so

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What are your experiences and what size did you use? I have one its the size recommended on their website. Its worth its weight in Gold on a long ride at least with the short seat, like I have. It doesn't take much air to be comfortable and will add only about a half inch to your inseam. I read a review once where they had it on a sport bike and the reviewer didn't like the way the seat would move under his Butt. Personally I like the feel of the air chambers compensating to the changing load. Almost like a gentle massage. I won't take a long trip without it. If its 100 miles or more its the first thing on the bike,,,

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