For any endeavor.
WTB's Deva Pro Saddle is beloved by cyclists on the dirt, road, or triathlon course. Its diverse use is thanks to high-performance shape with a wide tail for stability and support and a short nose that keeps it out of the way for mountain-biking, cyclocross, and during transitions in a triathlon. It's designed with the female profile in mind, but its reputation for comfort makes the Deva Pro no stranger to bikes belonging to all types of riders.
- 142 mm wide x 257 mm long
- Chromoly rails
- DNA padding with gel inserts
- Claimed weight is 208 g
B-Stock - This product has one or more B-Stock units available. These units can be purchased at a discount (see option select). B-Stock units were returned from other customers and may have missing or damaged packaging materials. Saddle rails may have minor scratches. These units are otherwise as new. The full manufacturer warranty applies. Click Here for more information.
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Crested Butte, CO
0 of 1 customers found this review helpful.
I read a few reviews before purchasing this saddle but sometimes you just have to dive in and try it for yourself. I was a little unsure upon receiving it as it is much harder and more streamlined than my last saddle. Not to worry, I quickly learned, I love it. I took it out for a shorter spin the first day, about an hour of climbing, and didn't have any issues. I went on to use it right after that for two large, rough rides that required lots of saddle time and lots of shifting weight around on climbs. The saddle width is wide enough for my sit bones and I am very happy with this purchase and the price. I do not race so am not terrible concerned with weight but this saddle is sold in different levels of weights for certain performance.
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