Titec El Norte Saddle

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Cover: Reinforced Aramid Fiber Cover with Integrated Titec Racing Stripe
Rail: Cromoly with Back-Brace

User Reviews (2)

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Eder Giovani Savio   Weekend Warrior [May 03, 2008]
Weakness:

The laterals are fragile to scratches and the rails bent with the rigours of FR/DH.

It is an excellent saddle, but is not enough strong. Ok, I don't know if there is some saddle enough strong for the stupid thinks we do with our bikes.
The fact is I did bent the saddle after six months. A good time life.
I must say the only one saddle I did not bent was the Tioga XL Multi Control, but the Titec has fine laterals for grip to the legs at some corners.
I'll give five for value rating because the bike was really cheap and the saddle is OEM.
I'll give four because the trails had bent after six months.

Similar Products Used: Tioga Xl Multi Control, SDG Big Boy, many others.
OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
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C CC   Downhiller [Feb 23, 2007]
Strength:

Nice materials, good pading, nice size

Weakness:

Stich between stripe busted a little.. still usable though

One of the most comfortable saddles I've had. It is somewhat larger than what some people might like. In addition to comfort it has held up to over a year of many rough crashes. I will be looking at another soon.

Similar Products Used: WTB, Sette
OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
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