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Brooks C15 Cambium Saddle

Brooks
C15 Cambium Saddle

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Everything old is new again.

Brooks' C15 Cambium Saddle treads new ground for the esteemed manufacturer of classic leather saddles, well-known for saddles that last a lifetime and go the distance. The C15 All Weather is just as comfortable, durable, and handsome as the beloved B15 Swallow, but it's entirely leather-free, making this saddle perfect for vegetarians or anyone who's ever wanted to try a Brooks but been intimidated by the break-in period or the required maintenance. The C15 Cambium is ready to go right from the start, and you'll never need to condition or tension it.

Made of vulcanized natural rubber for forgiving support, with organic cotton canvas and Brooks Numac waterproof coating. With a shape modeled after the tried-and-true B15 Swallow, the C15 will provide a superb seat for racier riders with its narrow profile and lighter weight.

Die cast aluminum structure with stainless steel rails. Assembled from replaceable parts with no special tools required for servicing; the saddle's frame can be repaired in the event of an accident, making this truly a saddle for life.

Length: 283 mm. Width: 140 mm. Weight: 405 grams. Available in Natural, Black, and Rust.

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Great saddle, but finicky about adjustment
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Portland, OR
3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

This is a fantastic saddle, with some reservations. I'm 150lbs and have fairly narrow sit-bones. I like to ride in the drops, and this saddle lends itself to that, and generally to tilting the pelvis forward. I can't say that it's the most comfortable thing possible because I haven't tried the leather equivalents, but it has gotten me through 200 miles in one day. Be extremely thorough and persistent about how you adjust the saddle. Seat height, setback, and tilt have to be perfectly dialed in to avoid discomfort. Once you're sorted, you won't notice the saddle, but since it is a hard saddle with no cutout, you WILL notice pretty quickly if things are off. Get it right and you can ride 100 miles without chamois butter. Build quality of the saddle is top-notch, and it ought to last you longer than your bike.

Reviewed 4/25/2017
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Modern Brooks, all the good with no maintenance
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Ashburn, VA
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

I needed a new saddle after ruining my Brooks Swift on a 4 hour ride in the rain. I tried a Fizik Arione based on their suggested fit guide and it just didn't work for me. Don't get me wrong, the Arione nice, well made product but I felt it had too much padding. After two rides and 100 miles, I was experiencing way too much discomfort. After a brief look again at the Brooks options the C15 was my next choice. Just like they advertise it was comfort on the first ride! I am probably biased because I prefer little to no padding on my saddles and after many years on the Swift this was a perfect fit. Its not a light saddle (better than the Swift), but I'm not a weight-weenie and prefer comfort over the incremental weight increase. If you are looking for a maintenance free Brooks option, this is it! Either the C15 or C17 (wider profile) are great choices for an upgrade from leather or for those looking to get started with a Brooks saddle.

Reviewed 5/4/2017
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It's good for my butt.
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by Anonymous
0 of 4 customers found this review helpful.

Feels nice on my dairy aire.

Reviewed 9/8/2017
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Finally... A saddle for me!
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by bebright
Cycling Enthusiast
Olympia, WA
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

I purchased my Trek Domane in April of 2015. I rode a lot when I was younger but never rode in an organized ride. I decided to participate in the Seattle to Portland ride. This is a 200 mile ride over 2 days. The ride was fun but the final 80 miles were excruciating! That began my search for a more comfortable perch for my bike.

When I rode the Brooks C15 saddle for the first time I realized that it was the best one because I didn't think anything about it until 12 way through my 30 mile ride and that was just the realization that I hadn't thought about it)

I am 44 and 250lbs. Most of my weight is around my waist so there is a lot of pressure on the sensitive tissues below. Along with that, my right leg tends be in throbbing pain the first 10 minutes of the ride, it goes away, then comes back with a vengeance at about the hour mark. I don't have any issues with chafing, but just with pressure. This saddle has eliminated 90% of that pain. I still get an occasional leg pain, but that's mostly hopping on the bike with no sort of warm up. I have pretty 'narrow' sit bones so the C15 was more comfortable than the C17, although the C17 was pretty good too.

The best part is, unlike other Brooks saddles, there is no break in period. Yes, the saddle is a hippo compared to a small cat in terms of weight, but since I don't race the extra weight is worth the comfort.

My experience has taught me that a saddle is a very personal item. If you are in search of a saddle the ONLY way to find out if one will work for you is to try it. Not just sit on it, but buy it from a reputable place like Western Bikeworks and ride for an hour or two. The great thing about buying it from a good company is that you can return it and try another until you find the one that works best for you.

One last thing, I am very impressed with WesternBikeworks.com. They communicate very well, I've received the items I ordered from them the next day, even if I ordered at 3-4PM the previous day!

Below is a list of saddles I tried. These are not bad saddles, they just didn't work for me

Bontrager Paradigm

Bontrager Affinity

Adamo Century (split saddle)

Brooks B17 (use this on my hybrid,works great. Not for my road bike however)

Brooks C17 (still comfortable but a little too wide for me)

Reviewed 12/1/2015
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Best seat ever according to me!
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by Anonymous

All of my bikes but one, now have this seat. I ran an Avocet Air 40R for years and a Brooks B-17 special for a bit. This is by far the most comfortable seat I have ever owned. A perfect fit for my skinny butt!

Reviewed 6/1/2018
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Perfect saddle
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Little Rock
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

This saddle is the ultimate in comfort and durability. Had the carved version for my gravel bike and rode it to a DK200 finish in comfort. Decided to try the standard version on my road bike and so glad I did. Perfect fit right from the start and will last forever. Going forward I will ride no other saddle.

Reviewed 7/3/2017
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