Serfas Tegu Saddle

DESCRIPTION

Competition MTB design Dual Density base for shock absorption High-back sit area for maximum leverage Hollow chromoly rails 347g approx. 28cm x 14cm

USER REVIEWS

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[Feb 20, 2013]
rnelson
Cross Country Rider

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

Comfort and stability.

Weakness:

None.

I've tried many saddles and have found this to be the best for me. I think it is due to the cupped shape, with the higher back. Mine is the lighter weight version (285g), which is thinner and a little harder than the heavier version. I stay in it better on the trails and it seems to relieve any pressure. I can go all day with this saddle, but only an hour or so with all other saddles I've tried before numbness and pain set in. This includes the saddle that came on my new Trek Superfly 100, which seems great, but hurts like crazy after only a few minutes. The MSRP is actually $55, not $19, but it is well worth it.

Similar Products Used:

Many other brands

[May 25, 2012]
Bikebros

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

Comfort, shape, right amount of padding. Ti rails at a great price. One of about 10 saddles I've tried in the last 5 years and it is my favorite. Mine was not $19.99 as the MSRP suggests - I'm assuming that is an error. As mentioned, the one I use has Ti rails, not cromo, and cost about $90.

Weakness:

Rumor has it the Ti rail version is no longer being made? what?

If you like a padded saddle with more of a cupped shape than some of the really flat saddles this is a great choice. My previous favorite was an SDG Belair if that gives you something to compare to. This saddle is the absolute opposite of the current Fizik style saddles - so if you are like me and can't sit on a Fizik for more than 10 seconds, this is a good option.

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