WTB Silverado Team Saddle

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    “A Saddle that suites all Riding Styles”

    The Good:

    Light, great shape, comfortable, simple design and color scheme, wide rear platform, rounded shape does not snag shorts

    The Bad:

    Weak rails

    Overall Review:

    I really liked this saddle, until a single fall ended its career by bending it WAY out of shape. I now have a Fizik Tundra and its taken the same sort of spill with no damage. It has a nice shape and design to work with any build. really comfortable when you need it, thanks to the wide rear and flat front. Does not snag shorts. Really nice saddle, apart from the weak rails. If you do anything other than Dh and Extreme Trail, this is the saddle to buy.

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    24840 JamesSavage http://p.vitalmtb.com/photos/users/24840/avatar/c50_935_3_1373188777.jpg?1373188522 http://www.vitalmtb.com/community/JamesSavage,24840/all 05/31/13 http://www.vitalmtb.com/community/JamesSavage,24840/setup 2 11


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    Miscellaneous Silverado USAGE: Elite Road / Cross Country Racing SIZE: Narrow x long (133mm x 274mm) Titanium rails; ABR corners 205 gramsThe Silverados long, flat shape enables riders to utilize more of the nose while climbing, while the square profile distributes more weight onto the sit bones. This saddle uses a Flex-Tuned shell, Comfort Zone and DNA padding. The Silverado is the official saddle of four-time world champion Brian Lopes.
    Price $116.95