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Brooks Swift Steel Saddle - Antique Honey
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Brooks Swift Steel Saddle - Honey

Swift Special Saddle

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Elegant and timeless, the Brooks Swift is perfect for your vintage ride or modern road machine. Aggressive racing profile with larger hammered copper rivets. Chrome steel rails with extra long clamp area. Chamfered sides. The leather cover takes a few rides to break in, but will specifically conform to a rider's unique shape for unmatched comfort. Features loops for traditional English-style touring bags. 280mm x 152mm. Black, Honey or Antique Honey Covers. 495g.

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by Zoby
Cycling Enthusiast
Houston, Texas

Very happy with my purchase. Was slightly stiff first 100 miles, not uncomfortable. Totally broken in by 250. My training rides are 40 miles, club rides 50 - 100. Absolutely no numbness in my crotch. Of course, check your height and angle of installation. I bought an extra tin of Proofide. Looks fantastic on my steel Bianchi Vigorelli. It weighs 14 of a pound more than my last saddle. I've lost 15 pounds since I bought it. I'm sure I ride a little more and train harder because of extra comfort.

Reviewed 9/16/2018
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Nothing but fine English leather for my soft bits.
by Chris
Cycling Enthusiast
0 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

As pretty as it is heavy. Add a touch o' class and a solid ass-groove to your steed.

Reviewed 9/16/2013
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Finally a seat that fits my rear-end.
by Sore Butt Dan - No More
Cycling Enthusiast
Idaho - Dry - Hilly - Rough Roads
8 of 8 customers found this review helpful.

The Brooks Swift Steel Saddle is a great saddle. It fits and feels comfortable on my rear-end. It does not rub on my thighs or sit bones. The leather is smooth and allows me to pedal properly without tugging and pulling on my skin like most other saddles. I highly recommend the Brooks Swift Saddle. ---- Daniel Staples Emmett, Idaho

Reviewed 7/20/2012
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not too fancy
by dingee
Casual Cyclist
0 of 22 customers found this review helpful.

dependable, trustful, and low with a bucket of regrets. nothing to fret.

Reviewed 3/19/2012
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Brooks Swift Steel Saddle - Great!
by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
6 of 7 customers found this review helpful.

I highly recommend this product - Brooks Swift Steel Leather Saddle. At first ride the saddle was a little still, but once you have ridden it numberous times it is very comfortable. I like the antique honey (brown) which matched my taupe color roadtour bike and the hammered copper rivets.

Reviewed 2/6/2012
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It is the seat to have!
by Andrew

Did'nt even have to break it in.

Reviewed 8/14/2018
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Fits me right
by Coastsider
SFBay area
3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

Pros Fit, Comfort (for drop bar use), and appearance.

Cons weight and extra care (if you dont plan on taking care of a leather Brooks, dont get one)

I am always trying to improve my riding, but I am not a racer! I ride a couple thousand miles a year and have been trying saddles, other then Brooks, for the past year and have come to the conclusion that it is worth the extra weight for the comfort I get with Brooks.

I put this saddle on my Endurance Roaf Bike and couldnt be happier. Brooks fit me right. I do have to condition the leather, but Im a bike geak that is constantly tinkering on my bikes and take pride in what I ride.

Reviewed 2/26/2018
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Best saddle I've ever ridden.
by JAM44
Cycling Enthusiast
Spokane, WA
31 of 31 customers found this review helpful.

I have had my Swift for about 7 years. I ride about 3,000 - 3,500 miles a year. It is simply the most comfortable saddle I've ridden. I was concerned and put off getting one because I had heard stories about how difficult it was to break in. However,I really didn't have a problem with break in. I recall that the seat felt pretty comfortable from the start and I guess that within 50 miles it fit me perfectly. In all the years I've been riding a Swift I have only adjusted it once. I do wax it (from the underside) at the beginning of each season. I plan on riding this saddle into heaven, where all cyclists have the wind at their back and newly paved roads.

Reviewed 2/23/2011
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