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WTB Volt Comp Saddle with Steel Rails

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    Electrifying.

    Not many bike components can pull duty across road, XC, all-mountain, and enduro disciplines, but the WTB Volt Comp Saddle with Steel Rails is one of the few that can. By borrowing features from other WTB saddles, the Volt manages to be comfortable and cost effective at the same time, no matter where you're riding. The steel rails provide a solid platform, while the synthetic cover is comfortable and durable and the padding protects sensitive spots by strategically supporting your anatomy. The Volt also features WTB's Flex-Tuned shell, which is not as supple as the Soft Shell but not as firm as the Carbon Composite, giving you a precise but comfortable platform that takes you from the trail to the road and back.

    • A versatile perch for road, mountain, 'cross, or gravel
    • Shell built with medium support for endurance comfort
    • Targeted flex damps singletrack and gravel chatter
    • Steel rails are the reliable standby for high-abuse cycling
    • Item #WTB002B

    Tech Specs

    Rails
    steel
    Shell
    flex-tuned
    Cover
    microfiber
    Seat Length
    260mm
    Seat Width
    135mm, 142mm
    Claimed Weight
    [135mm] 297g, [142mm] 316g
    Recommended Use
    road, mountain
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 years

    Tech Specs

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    Great saddle at a great price

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    These saddle is actually really killer... especially for how inexpensive it is. I picked this up to put on my bike that I have inside on a trainer. The previous one (I think from the 70's) was killing me. This seat is really comfy and seems like it's going to stand the test of time.

    Comfort

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Need a comfortable saddle at a great price point? This is my go to. For shorter rides and around town, I have been very happy with this saddle choice. Want to upgrade? Check out the different rail options with the same saddle comfort

    Awesome budget option

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This saddle is a bit heavy compared to a lot of the blinged out carbon and ti rail saddles out there nowadays, however, none of those can compete with the WTB Volt. Super comfortable, great shape, and very inexpensive.

    Working Man's/Woman's Seat

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I'm a sucker for spending ridiculous amounts of money on bike parts to make my bike as rad as possible. Recently I had a build where I was more concerned with value and function than being flashy, so I made the responsible choice and went with this value workhorse of a saddle. It has the signature design and comfort found in the other WTB saddles, but is made out of much more affordable materials. As a result it's definitely not very light weight, but it's durable, affordable, and comfortable.

    Looking to keep your build fancy and light? I would recommend one of WTB's higher-end offerings, I have the volt pro on one of my other bikes and love it (same saddle, just lighter and therefore more expensive). Looking to get a decent seat without breaking the bank? This is a great option.

    Comfort on a budget

      If you're looking here you probably don't want to pay out the @$$ to save your buns. This saddle isn't saving weight, but it is saving other things that are more important, such as dollars and the rear. If these are your concerns, this is your answer.

      Comfortable

        You're going to spend a lot of time in the saddle getting to where you can stand up and truly enjoy your bike. Make sure you don't hate that time and get a saddle that works for you. This is my choice because its comfortable and I can stand (I really mean sit) it.

        Not too shabby

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        I bought this saddle to replace a stock one on a hybrid bike. I've taken it on 15-20 mile rides and I found it pretty comfortable. Definitely not the saddle you're looking for if you're shaving grams, but it seems pretty solid and should last for a while.

        Pretty sweet budget saddle

        • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

        This seat is perfect for a downhill/freeride build. Its not horrible if you want to climb a little but definitely a great seat. I would recommend those who are using it for road/cross country/all mountain purposes i would suggest going with a wide.

        Just put it on my Transition Bottle Rocket and looks sweet.