The first pads we produced were done with deer skin, which once washed, became rough so the cyclist had to rub the surface with specific oil or crème. We started thinking about a simpler way to solve the problem, like polyester fiber tissue for instance, which had the same skin softness. So in 1994/1995 we started producing coagulated with “tissue non tissue” base (Alcantara). The main characteristics of these “tissues non tissues” are: transpiration, absorbency, softness, the problem instead is their cost. In the following years weavers discovered microfibers which, suitably brushed and frosted, had their way on the specific market, this time for good. But the new millennium required a great effort to increase technical performances and comfort. In fact, vibrations the cyclist has to withstand are still very important, so the first demand to satisfy is to pass these vibrations through the pad, which is to be made with different density foams exactly in the zone ischial bones touch the saddle. Anyway the foams, not considering their density, due to body weight, go to zero not protecting from vibrations coming from the road. Unfortunately, increasing foams density and thickness, the cyclist loses bike control, as the distance between bones and saddle becomes too big!