We teamed up with AssSavers to bring you this great instant on/off saddle mounted mudguard with our Double Buff Logo. We added in a Voile Nano Strap for extra security, so it attaches to your saddle in seconds and will keep your backside clean and dry when the streets are wet or trails are muddy. Then just slide it off when the sun is shining again.
Also pulls double duty as a Dropper Saver when attached near its mid-point to saddle rails with the included Voile Strap. Tough yet light, these are made of recycled plastic and have great coverage.
- Universal Saddle Fit, no tools required, just slide the mudguard thru the rails and fold the tip to lock in place or bend it downward and use the Nano Strap
- Includes a 6" Voile Nano Strap to attach it to saddle rails to protect your dropper post from mud
- Choose a Dropper Length cutout for the Nano Strap: 100mm and less (this includes standard non-dropping posts), 125mm, 150mm, 175mm and 200mm
- Measures 15” by 4.5” to provide maximum backside protection
- Made from durable recycled plastic
- Featherlight @ 25 grams for Mudguard and 10 grams extra for Nano Strap
- AssSaver made in Sweden, Voile Strap made in Utah
- Risk-Free Purchase: if you're not satisfied, we'll send you a return label and exchange it for free!
- Fold down the center line of the AssSaver then fold along the side lines with a hard crease all the way to the ends
- Fold down tip of the AssSaver, 1/4" is good, give it a hard crease too
- Place Nano Strap over both rails and thread back thru the right-side cutout and fasten in place (check instructions for Voile strap if the buckle is unfamiliar)
- Make sure both side folds pinch inwards at bend
- Make sure the tip of the lower part of the AssSaver (at the crease) extends at least to the collar on the dropper
- Bend the lower part of the AssSaver backwards several times to give the plastic some memory form
- The tip of lower part of the AssSaver should be near or just touching the collar of the Dropper. if it jams on the seat collar just bend it a little outwards until the dropping action is smooth
- Note: sometimes with extra narrow saddles there can be leg/shorts rub on the AssSaver. If you notice this, trim just a little off the corners of the sides with some scissors so no rubbing occurs
- If not using a Dropper Post, you can either use the method above with the Nano Strap going thru the 100mm cutouts or ditch the strap and follow the instructions on the back of the AssSaver