Tip to tail.
All terrain riding means no part of the bike goes unused. That includes your saddle, which is why the profile for the WTB Silverado PRO has been meticulously shaped to get you through every section of the mountain faster and more comfortably. You'll find that the long nose is right where it needs to be on steep ascents, and when connecting turns on the downhill, the wide edges give your hips a stable point to lean into. A durable microfiber cover protects the saddle from the elements, and it covers WTB's DNA padding for excellent support without a weight penalty.
Dimensions are 133 mm wide x 274 mm long. Nickel chromoly rails. Claimed weight is 218 g.
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Great off road saddle
3 of 4 customers found this review helpful.
Mounted this saddle on my Fat bike after the original carbon railed saddle failed. It's considerably more comfortable than the original saddle. The only down side that I've read about but have not experienced, is that if my lazy butt bends the rails, it's game over and time to buy a new saddle. Bent rails I can live with for the return ride, snapped right off carbon rail saddle on a knarly rock ride I do not want to repeat.
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