• Optimized for upright, casual riding positions• Flexure³ Base with built-in flex points improves comfort and pedaling efficiency• Comfort groove reduces pressure and enhances comfort• Multi-density foam provides softness and support• Long steel rails offer a greater range of adjustment
Strengths: my stock saddle on my Trek mamba was ok but lacked padding for long rides. I am on my second season of the sport and decided to give this a try and It does not feel too big, like i thought. Its size is comfortable and its extra width gives the butt a good soft place that feels "right" for me.
Weaknesses: I am a clyde 6'2 285 and its only been out on the trail a few times it feels solid. It has not fallen apart or broke yet...so time will tell. The 35 dollar price tag gave me the impression it might be a cheap part, and I kept the receipt.
if your looking for a little more seat to sit on, this one is comfy and does not hinder my movent while on the trail...
I have 29er that I ride on anything from rough XC to AM, sometimes with jumps and drops. I also like to ride rail trails and urban riding.
The problem is that the same set up as far as seat to handlebar drop and seat comfort are not agreable for the opposing types of riding. I have a WTB pu ... Read More »