Sette Evo Saddle

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hmorsi   Cross Country Rider [Apr 19, 2010]
Strength:

Looks like a higher-end, more expensive XC racing saddle without the high price tag. Good value for money. Very decent (claimed) weight.

Weakness:

Cover material not so durable.

This saddle looks too much like the Titec Pluto Prolite that I am guessing it might be a rebadged Pluto. Great price for a saddle that looks (and presumably weighs) like higher-priced offerings from other brands. Don't expect it to be "comfortable" considering the minimal padding and narrow design but then again the $100 Sella Italia XLR XC isn't what I would call comfortable. If you want the extra padding, get a WTB Shadow or a Selle Italia SLR Gel Flow.

Cover material rips and tears rather easily, especially on the sides where it is more prone to damage in crashes. Could probably be more durable with Kevlar sides. Rails seem to be holding up well but cannot comment on longer term durability yet.

Similar Products Used: Sella San Marco Ponza. Various WTB, Specialized and Sella Italia saddles.
OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
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