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Tested by the pros.

This is not a saddle. This is Devo. WTB's under-butt offering for racing is moderately wide side to side (140mm) and relatively short front to rear (255mm). It looks unlike anything else in its category. At first, it seems like a downhill saddle -- and twice-over world DH champ Fabian Barel uses it -- but a close inspection and a squeeze indicates that it's right for all kinds of racing. That's because the shell is a carbon composite that is firm but flexes just enough. That flex is combined with light titanium rails, Superlight DNA padding which is thin, light, and dense. Just a little plush for the tush. The WTB Devo Carbon saddle is wrapped in luscious leather, with the increasingly-standard anti numbness channel down the middle. 190g.

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5 5

Sweet Seat.

I needed the little extra width of the Devo (140mm) and have been stoked on it. I am 6'5" and about 195, and my sit bones are just naturally wider than your typ xc racer.
The saddle has the perfect mix of weight and durability, over 2 years and countless miles and endurance races, it still looks and feels like new. Only one very small scuff on the side from a wreck, but it just adds character.

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2 5

yuck

Way too wide and flat. I was one this saddle for 100yds before I thought I was going to have a hernia. I have never been on a WTB saddle that I though was worth using