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WTB Devo Saddle

5/5 (2 Reviews)
MSRP : $80.49


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WTB Devo Team Cromo Saddle. Saddles. WTB Devo Team Cromo Saddle WTB Devo Team Cromo Saddle - The Devo saddle combines firm DNA padding, a smooth leather cover and a very supportive moderate-width shell. It is the saddle of choice for two-time DH world champion Fabien Barel of Tea ....


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by WineDine29er

Date Reviewed: August 11, 2014

Strengths:    Thin and light, streamline, lightweight, not bulky, hard but not too hard, V groove in center to relieve pressure points.

Weaknesses:    A little stiff new out of the box.....Took a few rides to 'break-in'

Bottom Line:   
This saddle is exactly what I was looking for: flat, wide, and streamline. I was sick of sitting on saddles that felt like my living room couch. Wanted something that would eliminate chafing yet still be comfortable. Right out of the package it was very stiff and felt like a brick, but after a few rides it broke in and is now very comfortable. Flexes just the right amount in just the right places. The Devo has very little padding but after trying many saddles I've learned that the amount of padding has very little to do with saddle comfort (You can have a saddle with a lot of padding and it can still be uncomfortable) Some people have asked me how I can sit on this saddle since it is so 'thin and hard'....what they fail to understand is that a saddle can still be VERY comfortable without a lot of padding.. A saddle's comfort comes down to how it fits each individual based on the rider's build/sit bones/etc. This saddle works GREAT for me. for the record, I am 6'1" 185 pounds with wide sitbones.

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Hudnut

Date Reviewed: May 8, 2012

Strengths:    Easy to move around on. Comfortable thin padding

Weaknesses:    Kind of expensive

Bottom Line:   
This is review of the cro-mo railed version

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Hi, I had a WTB Laser on my bike and it was a great fit for my bottom... now I'm in the market for a new saddle and I'm evaulating the Devo: it has more or less the same width/length of the Laser and it seems a bit lighter. I'm wondering if the fit is similar: anybody who swapped a Laser for a De ... Read More »

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Alternative to WTB Devo saddle

I've got a WTB Devo on both of my bikes, very comfortable saddle. Unfortunately, they last less than six months before the cover starts to tear. WTB don't seen to have an email address to write to and I've had it with spending so much on a part that should last a lot longer - this is the only saddle ... Read More »

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