I hadn't thought of that. There's a shoe repair place across the street from the Bike Shop. How did the cover last? Was it full on leather? I think I'll knock the mud of the SST and let them have a look.transient said:I had one done by a cobbler once, cost about $20.
Coin, man, coin. Padding is good, shape is good. No new technology to speak of as far as I know. Figure at an average of $80 a pop for new seats versus a quarter of that to have them recovered.....venus1 said:Why would you do this? Why not a new saddle with new padding, technology, cover, etc?
Contact WTB. They have (or at least had) a fix/replacement policy on their saddles. I know this applied to bend rails, so I can only imagine it would apply to recovering it too.GrantB said:So, anyone here have a decent technique they'd like to share for recovering saddles? I have a WTB SST I'd like to resurrect, as well as a newer Rocket V. Solid leather or leather like material would be cool.