Selle SMP Stratos Saddle

5/5 (2 Reviews)
Weight : 250 grams MSRP : $299.99

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Selle SMP Stratos Saddle: The Selle SMP Stratos Saddle is made for the person who is looking for relief of pressure. There is an opening at the bottom that allows for blood to keep flowing. The padding on this saddle is made of foamed elastomer...

Selle SMP Stratos Saddle Pro Review

The first time you see an SMP saddle it looks slightly alien or at least like some contortionist nightmare rig. With its wild beaked nose, swooping cradle and monster hand wide middle slot, it is a startling experience. Fortunately, all the features work well together, and make a saddle that is innovative, comfortable, functional, useful and medically beneficial. Continue reading →

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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by jdc8g a Cross Country Rider from Charlottesville, VA

Date Reviewed: January 26, 2011

Strengths:    The design...Comfort

Weaknesses:    None

Bottom Line:   
I love this saddle! The beak like nose helps on climbs, and the center channel relieves pressure. It works! Just make sure you select the right saddle for you. All the SMP's follow the same blueprint, the different models just have diffternt widths, and levels of padding. I bought the PRO first, but it was too wide for me. The stratos is a more narrow saddle, so it suits me well. On selle smp's website they have a handy chart that shows all their saddles and pelvic size recommendation. Do your homework and make sure you select the right saddle for you.
Selle SMP has a great design that relieves pressure on sensitive areas!

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Favorite Trail:   Lots

Duration Product Used:   6 months

Price Paid:    $180.00

Purchased At:   ebay

Similar Products Used:   Selle italia Shiver, flow, Selle SMP Pro

Bike Setup:   I have this saddle on 4 bikes: Yeti ASR, Ellsworth Evolve, Moots Moto-X SS, and Kent Eriksen ti.

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by jamesmichael a Cross Country Rider from newbury park, ca.

Date Reviewed: February 15, 2009

Strengths:    Light weight, shape, and comfort. I love how this fits me, I have this on my road, and will get my third for my 29er.

Weaknesses:    nadda

Bottom Line:   
I will never buy a different saddle. I would like to try the carbon one though. Stay with the SMPs.

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Favorite Trail:   mountain or road I like

Duration Product Used:   2 Years

Purchased At:   sundance

Similar Products Used:   I bought a very expensive seat for my 29er, road with that for four rides, and it is coming off, and being replaced with a new stratos. I love the cut out. I wish other companies would get the idea.

Bike Setup:   mountain 29er hardtail, 26 full suspension, and roadie. Love them all

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