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Don't fight the attraction.
It's no wonder why the SDG Components Allure Dakine Steffi Marth Co-op Ti-Alloy Saddle is so mesmerizing to the serious rider. What, with its ti-alloy rails and flat-forward platform, this saddle delivers strength, responsiveness, and lightweight performance, all without inhibiting your movement in the seat. Its down-curved nose helps you climb without hindrance, and the full cut-out provides soft tissue relief through long hours riding. A plush lightweight PU-foam cushion helps absorbs harsh impact from the roughnes sof the road, and its seameless stitched cover offers a smooth, durable design for season of use.
- Lightweight, durable, responsive saddle for all-day riding
- Ti-alloy rails deliver strength and lightweight
- Down-curved nose helps you climb without snagging
- Full cut-out provides soft tissue relief
- Plush PU foam absorbs impact
- Item #SDC0009
- Q & A
Not a Fan
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
While most saddles are going to be pretty stiff and somewhat uncomfortable regardless of brand, this was a little too much. Wife couldn't stand sitting on this thing for more than a few minutes without taking a break. Yeah that's going to be a no from me dog.
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I got this for my wife and she really likes it. The Dakine pattern is awesome, and the saddle is comfortable, even on longer rides.
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Swapped to this saddle from a much-loved WTB Pure V. I wanted to give something new a try and was drawn to the aesthetics of this Dakine pattern. After about 10 rides on it, I have still been very happy. It is mounted on my Juliana Joplin. I have ridden it on long rides paired with a chamois and on short rides with no chamois. No discomfort either way. The cut-out has relieved some pressure while climbing, but the flatter profile still allows a lot of movement fore/aft depending on the terrain. Deducted a star because after 3 rides, the rails started to creak like crazy. I pulled it off the post, cleaned the fine Utah dirt out of all the off it, applied carbon paste to the rails, and reattached. It has been quiet since! This may not be a common problem with this saddle, but I had not experienced it with my WTB saddle. Just something to keep in mind.