After 5 months the saddle tip showed signs of wear, probably caused by the saddle flexing and compressing and the material rubbing against the plastic.
does not grip as well as Bontrager saddles,but it’s not very slippery neither.but if you use a the SSR seat post you should change to shorter screws, because of the flex and the low profile of the saddle,there is too little room, so the saddle will hit the screws.
This saddle is the most comfortable saddle i owned yet,but i gave not owned many.
The plastic fame will be lasting a long time because the rails are mounted to the plastic base using a machine instead of 2 or 1 small screw holding it together with a plastic plate.
perfect amount of flex for comfort.
the cover wears out with too much friction/rubbing.
The white lines for the adjustment, are not equal on both sides on all of the saddles, I got.
The cover need improvement.
I do not regret buying this saddle, because of the comfort & the frame durability
Finally a saddle with a base made how I would have done it,simple no screws that pop out/jump out/fall out.
one of the most comfortable saddles, to a competitive price.
i have my spare/winter bike that is bit too small, and i have the saddle maxed out to the back, and the rails have been bendt,i do nto know if its caused by my weight or roadbumps pushing the saddle into my bum.
keep the saddle as close to centre as possible. me sitting and riding on ruff road will give this result,but this will happen on most saddles,but I put the saddle in the middle position and the saddle rails straightened out almost straight.
After I adjusted the seat angle to slightly backwards, it improved the comfort a lot.
comfortable,even I like rounder seats better
the front is not flexing much,I think this saddle will last a while,and not get worn out of flex on the front until it falls part, like some saddles do,but the common issue most of saddles have is that the flex make the screws holding the front in place pop out,but I prefer the method Fabric use,no screws at all.