SM Comp Men

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  • Regular price $99.95


Long hours in the saddle? No problem with the SM Comp Men. The male-specific do-all mtb saddle for xc, marathon, bikepacking, trail and all-mountain riding. A high level of comfort through the anatomically optimized relief channel in the sensitive perineal area and its orthopedic comfort padding. OrthoCell® Inlays in the seating area generate the best possible pressure distribution. The innovative OrthoCell® material ensures maximum reset forces and is also more durable and lighter than gel. The flattened rear and the Y-shape guarantee full freedom of movement when in the moderate riding position typical for mountain biking. Sliding flanks help reduce friction when pedaling.

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  • Saddle shell made of nylon composite
  • TiNox rails
  • Microfiber cover
  • Friction reducing side flanks
  • Orthopedic Comfort Foam with OrthoCell Pads
  • Topeak QuickClick provided
  • S/M fit sit-bone width of 9-12cm
  • M/L fits sit-bone width of 12-16cm
  • 270 gr
  • 260 lb recommended max rider weight limit

Customer Reviews

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Janne Haavisto
Creaks

Bought this for my gravel bike. After about 1200km / 2mths the saddle right rail apparently detached from rear attachment and started massive creaking. Well that happens, I have 6 other Ergon saddles and they're all ok. But what is not OK is that to get a replacement I should send the defective saddle back to Germany and pay 20€ for shipping, despite sending a video of the creaking saddle. Will not bother to do that, I think I'll buy something else from LBS.

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Truong Danh
SM COMP SADLE

This sadle has worked out so well I’m so glad I switched from my stock factory seat. My very first upgrade and I’m so glad I did it! Y

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James A Everett
Happy protate

Most comfortable saddle I've ever had

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Javier Colon

SM Comp Men

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Tyler S.
Easy to bend

This seat is super comfortable, but I wouldn't use it for mountain biking. I bent my seat rails on my second trip out on easy flow trails. Very disappointing. It would probably work great on a gravel bike, but at 50$ per ride, it's just not worth it.