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Fabric Scoop Flat Saddle

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Angel kisses


So during a brain fade moment I binned it with the saddle taking the brunt of the fall, result bent rails. Bent saddle = not good riding posture, so replaced with the same Fabric Scoop. Comfy, grippy when needed and gets out of the way when down. Spent many hours on it and honestly never felt any discomfort. Frankly its like angels kissing your butt!

Finally a saddle that doesn't need breaking in


I can't work out if the best thing about this saddle is how comfy it is straight out of the box- or how little mud sticks to the almost sheer underside, only way it could be better is if it had a leaver that flipper out a lazy boy style foot rest.

A nice balance between comfort

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A nice balance between comfort and light weight for those that prefer a flatter saddle. The one-piece top is easy to keep clean and I like the lack of stitches / graphics. I've ridden it for up to five hours at once and had not issues. The rails move a tiny bit at the rear and make the occasional creak, but I plan to squirt some epoxy resin in to keep it quiet.

Excellent saddle

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Only been on a few rides so far on my all mountain bike but I have had the same saddle on my cyclocross bike for over two years now and it's been perfect. Very comfortable. Seems strong enough to take a beating. No noises and the weight is fair.

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