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S-Works Power Saddle
The S-Works series showcases premier cycling gear from Specialized, and the S-Works Power Saddle is the lightest and one of the stiffest saddles out there. Specialized made the shell and rails our of carbon for stiff support at a low weight, and a lab-tested Body Geometry design assures blood flow to sensitive arteries with pressure-mapped, lightweight padding. The saddle's channel is extra wide and elongated to provide bone support and all-day comfort.
Fine-tuned for helping you perform at your best, the S-Works Power Saddle features the lightest padding from Specialized, and it still feels supportive on longer rides. A light-but-tough cover protects the padding with reliable water-resistance. The saddle is compatible with SWAT storage devices from Specialized for clever pocketing.
- Premier cycling saddle from Specialized
- Body Geometry pressure-maps senstivive areas for greater blood flow
- Carbon shell and rails fine-tuned for support and ride compliance
- Water-resistant cover with the lightest padding from Specialized
- SWAT-compatible mounts molded to saddle for adding storage options
- 7x9 carbon rails are not compatible with seatposts with side-load clamps for 7mm round rails
- Item #SCQ00DD
- Seat Width
- 143mm, 155mm
- Claimed Weight
- Recommended Use
- road cycling
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 2 years
What do you think about this product?
October 28, 2020
New choice for virtually all my bikes
- I've put it through the wringer
- True to size
- Size Bought
- 5` 7"
- 146 lbs
I originally got my first S-Works Power with my new Epic S-Works, and after using it almost everyday for a few months (great MTB riding during the pandemics), I was completely sold, and decided to try it out in my road bike as well. Got one for my Cervelo RCa, and it worked really nicely again, so I am now replacing several Fizik Arione R1s in my road bikes, as the Power proved to be more comfortable, more supportive and great for both driving hard and climbing. Build quality is great, and it looks good. I have replaced 4 of my saddles already, still missing another 2. ONLY downside for me is on descending, as it has a slightly larger profile in the seat area compared to the Arione (143 vs 137), but the sensation has almost gone away after a few downhills and learning to readjust the body on the way down. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED