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Ergon SM Sport Gel Saddle - Women's

$89.95

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Comfort for conquering.

Take on the trail with power, confidence, and most importantly — comfort, with the Ergon SM Sport Gel Saddle on your side. This women's specific saddle is designed for the rowdiest enduro days, all-mountain shred fests, and longer tours, thanks to its large gel pads that absorb vibrations from the trail. The center features a cutout throughout your most sensitive anatomy, designed to alleviate pressure on punchy climbs and through brake-bump laden descents. In back the saddle features a flat section that allows you to move freely and get behind the seat on steep descents with minimal hangup. To top it all off the saddle is equipped with a microfiber cover, and reduced-friction flanks to allow quick position changes through variable terrain.

  • Tackle technical lines in comfort with this saddle
  • Gel inserts absorb shock to keep sit bones happy
  • Wide, flattened rear ideal for optimal riding position
  • Get over the back of the saddle thanks to flat section
  • Reduced-friction flanks allow quick position changes
  • Microfiber upper is smooth and soft
  • Item #ERG001T

Rails
CroMo
Shell
nylon composite
Cover
orthopedic comfort foam with gel pads, microfiber
Recommended Use
cross-country, downhill, enduro, trail
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years

Tech Specs

What do you think about this product?

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>Rating: 5

The saddle I don't think about

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size

This is the first saddle I have ever owned that I don't think about when I'm riding. It is just comfortable. Measure your sit bones, select your size, and enjoy.

>Rating: 4

Saddle Talk

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Size Bought
s/m
Height
5` 5"
Weight
127 lbs

At first she was hesitant when I removed her stock seat, said it felt about the same. After quite a bit of MTB use, it seems to have a break in period. She wasn't quite convinced but now noticed she's not chafing or rubbing anymore and getting better with time. Seems to do what it is supposed to, no sore seat bones either.

>Rating: 2

Not the right saddle for me

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
M/L
Height
6` 2"
Weight
165 lbs

This saddle has 5 star reviews everywhere so I was pretty excited to try it. My previous saddles cause extreme discomfort/pain and numbing which results in me having to stop and get off my bike every 15 minutes or so. This saddle brings a whole new pain into the mix: pinching! I was constantly shifting and trying to find that sweet spot on the saddle but it just never happened. It also caused a lot of chafing even with chamois cream. The saddle seems to be well-made and the sit-bone area was comfortable, it's just not the right saddle for me.

the chafing i noticed immediately though i was wearing jean shorts for the test run. i right away wondered why bike manufacturers choose fabric for saddle covers that cause friction given there is quite a bit of sliding about, especially when on trails. got the men's on my CX bike since it came free with a preowned frame i'm building. the broken pelvis (7 months ago) pain was almost non existent though and i forgot all about the saddle by mile 3. . that is what i LOVED and has me online search for a shorter womens version. but i can't do cut outs. i think that would exacerbate pain if you hit it wrong.

>Rating: 4

Comfortable, but width is crucial

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I have this saddle on both my gravel and mountain bike. It is a solid choice for both riding styles as the cut-out is back further to accommodate the upright riding style. I assumed that I would be a small/medium as I typically wear small/medium bibs. I had my sit bones measured by Ergon and I am actually a medium/large. Ergon said that 90% of women ride a medium/large as we have wider pelvic regions. The sit bone region of the small/medium is 143 mm while the medium/large is 155mm. It is worth it to get your sit bones measured by a local shop, or by using Ergon's estimation tool so you know if the width of a saddle is off or if it just doesn't agree with your anatomy.

>Rating: 5

Amazing Saddle

Familiarity:
I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

We've had some issues with the insanity in stiffness in some saddles, and while this is stiff, it's at least comfortable. The gel inserts here make a really big difference from what we can tell, and the shape and durability is well worth the already steal of a price.