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Upgrade your shoddy factory saddle with the booty-pampering WTB Silverado Team Saddle. Once your rear settles into a saddle that’s actually designed for cycling, you’ll be kicking yourself for using that piece of over-padded grundle-torturing POS for so long. The Flex-tuned shell takes the edge off of long rides, while the sit-bone-friendly shape keeps your weight distributed where it won’t cause you undue irritation.

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The WTB website claims the weight of the Team saddle to be 215g. You guys have it at 250g. Is this an older model or something?

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HI Mister Augie,

Our weight may be out-of-date or incorrect. The saddles we have in stock arrived in our warehouse summer of 2014. They should comform to WTB's current specification.

How thick are rails?

How thick are rails?

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Thanks for the question the saddle rails are a standard thickness of 9mm this goes for chromo and TI alike the difference comes with carbon rails. I hope this answers your question and if you have any other questions please let me know directly at


5 5


  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I use the Silverados on every bike, no matter the style or application. They are durable, light, fit great, and age well.

5 5

(Black) Gold Standard

This saddle makes mountain biking awesome. It supports well, it's tough as nails, and it's comfortable on long rides. That's all anyone wants out of a saddle. It's damn near perfect.

5 5

Great XC Saddle for Narrow Butts

I love this saddle. It's firm and it supports my sitbones without touching anything else. It's firm, it supports. It's really, really light, and the flattish shape is good for mtbing, allowing me to hover up toward the nose on climbs and drop off the back on descents.

It may be too firm for some. Also, my sitbones are pretty narrow and this saddle is about as narrow as it can be for me. Anyone with widely space sitbones should probably look at something else.

5 5

WTB Silverado Team Saddle

I have two of these, one on my DH bike and another on my AM bike. Saddle is very comfortable for me but may not be for others. Every arse is different, probably not the best saddle for weekend warriors. Not sure about durability yet but everything seems good so far.