Sette Evo Ti Rail Saddle
The Sette Evo Ti saddle has a lightweight, sleek design to offer comfort and style at an affordable price.
I've put approx. 200 miles on this saddle now and I still love it. This is a long term review update from my initial use review. One thing I've noticed is the material they covered the seat in provides a ton of grip to keep you from sliding around while climbing which is good for me because I do a lot of XC. However, on the few jumps I do come across this has interfered with me getting behind the saddle causing me to have rough landings. So beware of that. Other than that I must have this thing perfectly adjusted because I was a little skeptical about the comfort, but I am 5'10", 180lbs., and often go on 20+ XC rides and my butt is never sore afterwards. Actually, I don't ever have to wear riding shorts anymore. Also, my "soft tissue" as one reviewer putt it never even gets sore. Overall, I still couldn't be happier with this product. Just make sure it's adjusted right and enjoy ultra light saddle bliss!
This saddle seems to be well constructed and worth the price. No idea about about durability yet. I've only put a hundred miles on it. Cut out in the middle didn't provide much relief for the old soft tissue, but it's still doable for me.
I bought this to go on my new Jet 9. This thing is super light. I was a little skeptical about buying a saddle I could physically see and feel before I bought it, but after the initial ride I couldn't be happier with this saddle. First ride was approx. 10 miles and had absolutely no complaints about the comfort of this thing.
Threw this on my 29er trail rig and it's great. Its pretty comfortable and the material prevents your rear end from sliding around. The saddle is both durable and lightweight. The cutout also provides some relief for all the men out there. It would get 5 stars if the saddle was a bit more weather resistant.
This minimalist, low weight design is firm but comfortable for all day rides. Cutout protects the important stuff.
I've been running this saddle on my trek fuel for about 3 years. Works great, stupid light! My only complaints is that it seemed to wear around the edges but I had this on a mountain bike for 500+ miles and it's taken a beating. Might just replace with the same saddle.