My first 'flow' conversion to a saddle. The Ponza has two 'beams' that run along the underside length of the saddle ensuring it still has structural integrity after making the cut-out.
Curt initially wanted to retain the texture material of the original to offer some traction. I proposed the perforations would perform a similar task. I'm loving this more complex pattern cutting and am very happy with the outcome, thanks to Feride for taking the photos.