WTB Volt Team Saddle

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DESCRIPTION

The Volt's design incorporates a wider whaleTail section with a broader nose.This allowsThe riderTo move back onThe saddleTo bear down onThe pedals andTo sit onThe nose more comfortably when slidingToThe front ofThe saddle.The love channel and comfort zone help alleviate unwanted pressure duringThe ride.TheTeam version featuresTitanium rails, dna padding and Kevlar cornersTo shave off 17 grams(claimed) overThe Pro version. Titanium rails 229 grams (claimed weight) Synthetic covers and micro f

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[Jan 21, 2016]
Jeff Smyth
Cross Country Rider

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
Strength:

Nice comfortable saddle, fairly light weight, comes in different widths

Weakness:

I need to buy 2 more...

I have wide sit bones, and I rode a Silverado for the last couple of years on my main MTB, and Laser Vs on my other 2 bikes. The Silverado was OK for no more than 2 hours. Going to the Volt Team 150 made a huge difference to me. I can ride all day now in comfort, and I can still move around on it with ease. It's pretty light, and the price difference from titanium rails to carbon rails was not worth the difference in weight to me. I'm buying a couple more for my other bikes.

Similar Products Used:

WTB Laser V, WTB Silverado

[May 13, 2014]
missing link

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
3
Strength:

Of course saddle fit is completely personal and subjective, but this saddle fits me better
than the Rocket which I have used for years. I know lots of people who loved the Rocket,
as well as, some who have converted to the Volt and are very happy. I am skinny assed.

Weakness:

Team model is expensive, but you could go to a cheaper version and not gain much weight

Rocket V lovers check out the Volt, it is even better

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