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Volt Pro 142 Saddle

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Hard charger.

WTB's Volt Pro saddle does it all with Thin Line DNA padding that's light enough for racing yet cushy enough for all-day adventures, and a tuned profile ensures a comfortable position no matter your riding style. A slightly raised "whale tail" lets you press against the saddle and steer with your hips on descents, but a gentle slope towards the nose allows you to easily shift your weight around when looking for traction and balance on technical uphills. The center channel provides relief for sensitive areas, and the flex-tuned shell is also cut out for a more supple feel.

Features chromoly rails and abrasion-resistant corners. 142 mm wide x 256 mm long. Claimed weight is 226 g.


Saddle Type: Road Saddles 


Saddle Type: MTB Saddles 

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Comfy Seat even for long rides
by jeffv
Cycling Enthusiast
Menlo Park, Ca
2 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

WTB Volt has more padding for those who need and still enjoy a smaller racer style seat with the anti-groin numbing channel to keep you feeling fresh for hours. Sturdy design and easy to install I would fully recommend anyone who's getting off their MTB and feeling sore for more than five minutes to change to this design.

Reviewed 3/23/2017
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