WTB Speed She Saddle

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This Female-focused saddle has become one of WTB's most popular models. The Speed She's thick padding, ergonomic shape, medium dimensions, and rounded, falling away profile. The Speed She is an easy to ride and easy to manoeuvre female-focussed saddle.

Who's this item for: Urban, Trail, Bikepacking riders looking for a comfortable and affordable female-focussed saddle.

Cover: Microfibre (synthetic leather look) Cover

  • Cromoly Rails: HLX Gel Padding - Super comfy and uses strategically placed gel inserts where the sit bones contact the saddle. 
  • Steel Rails - DNA-X Padding - Single density foam. 

Shell: Flex-Tuned Shell provides a happy medium in terms of flex and firm efficiency. It's not as stiff as the Carbon Composite shell and not as supple as the Soft-Shell.

Length: 245mm

Width: 150mm (Wide)

  • Cromoly - 296g 
  • Steel - 325g 

Pros: Great comfort and excellent value. The dimensions and shape of the saddle have been designed with women in mind

Cons: Available in wide width only. It's a bit heavier than some more expensive options that have more rail material choices available.
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