The Touring saddle revolution! The ergonomic saddle revolution for touring bikes ensures maximum long distance comfort for men and women. The floating TwinShell concept, featuring CORE 3D®, supports the natural pelvic movements while pedaling, actively relieves the sit bones, and reliably dampens bumps caused by the riding surface. The CORE 3D® consists of the latest E-TPU materials, bringing state of the art technology in responsiveness and damping. The anatomically adapted seating area has been optimized in elaborate studies and field tests for men and women. Thanks to the significant relief channel, numbness and pain are effectively prevented. The new ST Core Evo saddle is tailored in detail to the needs and requirements of touring and ebike riders around the world.
- CroMo rails, 7x7
- CORE 3D® made of Closed Cell Particle Foam (E-TPU)
- MicroFiber cover
- Padding made of Orthopedic Comfort Foam
- Gender specific shapes and relief channels
- Available in 2 sizes
- Gender specific designs
- S/M fit sit-bone width of 9-12 cm
- M/L fits sit-bone width of 12-16 cm
- 260 lb recommended max rider weight
Just had one short ride and the seat feels comfortable then we got a big dump of snow and I haven’t ridden since.
Bought this for my 67 year old partner. She has been using the SMC4-L for a few years and liked it but finally wished for more saddle. She likes the larger surface area and the ability to move slightly while pedaling is helpful as well.
I highly recommend this product. Compared to the other saddle I had this is more comfortable for touring.
This is a great saddle for those us who have no interest in 'gearing up' before a ride. I ride a Brompton in a moderate riding position (grips are just about at saddle height and find this almost perfect. I can't decide whether I prefer between this and my brooks C19 -- I prefer the thinner nose on the Brooks, but the built-in suspension on the Ergon is really nice. Either way, one of the most comfortable saddles I've tried.
Great product, no more pain or numbness on or after long rides. Could never really get myself to wear the ultra-specialized gear with padding in the right places.. I bike in jeans and dresses. Now up to 80 miles in a day and I can still keep my closet spandex free. Be patient getting it in that perfect position, don’t be lazy, carry a multi-tool when you take it out for that first ride (really that tool should be there always). Getting another for my other bike. Love love love. One thing I would like to see is COLOURS.