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Old 2018-07-08, 09:49 PM   #7
UniGeezer - Not "2" Tired
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The other thing you can try is adding a piece of less firm foam on top of the original zero foam. I used two pieces placed on either side just in the sit bone area which retains and even emphasizes the cut out area while adding more cushion to the sit bone area, possibly resulting in something closer to the new Fusion one. It elevates the sit bone area so that the foam immediately in front that would normally be pushing against your crotch area is now much lower and more out of the way.
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