Bike Saddles

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WTB Test Saddles
Take the guessing out of picking the perfect saddle for you. With our test saddle program you can try one out before you buy, with a refundable deposit. We stock a variety of saddles to test ride. WTB saddles place more support on your ischial bones (sit bones) and less weight on sensitive soft tissue with a flatter profile, whereas rounder saddles pull the pelvic girdle apart, placing pressure where you do not want it.
$40.00 Refundable Deposit

Features:
  • The Love Channel has one very important task: protecting your body from unwanted pressure. The central depression provides soft-tissue relief without sacrificing the structural integrity of the saddle.
  • Comfort Zone is a subtle difference that provides impressive long-term comfort by cutting away small windows from the base of WTB high-end saddles..
  • This comfort-enhancing window is featured exclusively on the Valcon saddle. Similar to our proprietary Comfort Zone soft tissue relief area, Lux Zone reduces pressure on sensitive soft tissue.
  • DNA is a dense padding found on all high-end saddles. It has superior memory properties, which conforms to your anatomy.
  • Soft-Shell saddles minimize trail vibration while providing a rigid platform for efficient pedaling with a dual compound shock absorbing saddle base.
  • The Flex-Tuned shell boasts an exceptional mix of comfortable flex and firm efficiency. Not as supple as the Soft-Shell and not as stiff as the Carbon Composite, Flex-Tuned saddles provide the happy medium that is ideal for most enthusiasts.
  • The WTB Composite shell consists of nylon or carbon fiber composite. It provides a firm and supportive feel for unparalleled performance and efficiency. This base is found on our top-level Silverado, Valcon, Devo, and Deva.
  • These durable patches of material protect the corners and sides of the saddle from rips and tears.

To check availability of sizes, models and colors in stock or to purchase call 802-387-5718 or email us: info@westhillshop.com.
For more information, please visit WTB web site.