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What are your favorites?

Also, I realize that the saddle preference varies for everyone, but any opinions on Fizik Arione v. Fizik Antares v. Flite 1990?
March 1, 2014 09:23 AM
From: Los Angeles, CA
139 posts
5 bikes
There's threads on this already.
Don't be shy to look around..
March 1, 2014 12:03 PM
From: Los Angeles, CA
999 posts
15 bikes
Can't seem to find it.
March 1, 2014 08:58 PM
From: Los Angeles, CA
139 posts
5 bikes
What size pants are the best? I like 34x30.
March 2, 2014 02:23 AM
From: South of Heaven
1005 posts
2 bikes
Selle Italia Flite is a good choice and I just like the older Flites compared to the newer versions. Specialized saddles like the Toupe, Phenom, and Romin are some of my favorite. I have yet to try a Rolls or Regal E.
March 2, 2014 06:36 AM
From: Las Vegas, NV
372 posts
3 bikes
Search "saddle" and lots of threads show up.

I've been riding around on a Rolls over the winter. Pretty comfy after an initial break-in period.
March 2, 2014 02:26 PM
From: Ottawa
95 posts
0 bikes
I've been riding the Selle Smp Evolution for the last 2 months, I'm totally in love with it!
March 3, 2014 06:14 AM
From: San Francisco
222 posts
8 bikes
I like my Arione. And 34x30 is way too big. Maybe 29x30, haha.
March 3, 2014 06:45 AM
From: SF Bay Area, CA
342 posts
12 bikes
my jeans are like 28x32 or something insane
March 3, 2014 08:15 PM
From: Portland, OR
67 posts
1 bike
I like the Selle San Marco Concor Light so much, I've bought it twice. Great saddle and when adjusted properly, it'll treat your sensitive areas just right.
March 3, 2014 11:42 PM
From: Bay Area, CA
41 posts
2 bikes
obviously 32x34 are the best because they fit the best and are the most comfortable/stylish, but they're hard to find so 34x34 works well enough with a good belt most of the time
March 4, 2014 04:08 AM
From: Chicago, IL, United States
210 posts
11 bikes
ahhh idk guys, pretty sure 30x30 is the best, every time i put 34x34 on it falls down, and even when i wear a belt it drags on the ground
March 4, 2014 04:14 AM
From: San Diego, CA
780 posts
9 bikes
i'm a 32x34 man also. So obviously they are supreme. but so hard to find. usually levi's has them, but i almost always have to online order.

sometimes a 32x32 has to work, so my ankles get cold or i can show off my dinosaur socks.

btw i'm riding with a sell italia flite gel flow for long rides or a cheap prefix saddle for weight cutting/beating up. everyone's bum is different.
March 5, 2014 01:36 AM
From: Texarkana/Arkadelphia, AR
127 posts
3 bikes
I concur on the Concor (see what I did there)
March 10, 2014 05:28 AM
From: Cali
146 posts
0 bikes
fizik arione recommended
March 12, 2014 04:41 AM
From: Banjarmasin, South Borneo. Indonesia
3 posts
3 bikes
First step to any saddle buying: Measure your sit bones. Go to a bike shop where they have the buttpad to measure them and then go from there. This really is key and I learned the hard way that its not what style your saddle is but how wide your bones actually are
March 12, 2014 07:46 AM
From: San Francisco
32 posts
5 bikes
and also what "style" your saddle is...
March 12, 2014 08:14 AM
From: Los Angeles, CA
999 posts
15 bikes
Fizik Arione 00 - best saddle I've ever seen. And also the most expensive.
March 19, 2014 01:56 PM
From: SE London
5 posts
2 bikes
I have tried a lot of saddles... The best one I have to say is a Vetta ___ (got it off of a 90's MTNbike) Used it for years. Sadly it was on my Giant when it was stolen, Have not found a saddle I like since. =[
March 21, 2014 02:53 PM
From: Los Angeles
92 posts
5 bikes
Selle Flite ยด93 on all my bikes, except on the beater in which i have the repro Unicator.
March 31, 2014 09:16 AM
I had a selle italia flite for about eight years that served me well. so comfortable. i also really like the new brooks cambium that saddle is so comfortable. i also ride a selle san marco concor supercorsa that is really comfortable.
April 4, 2014 02:46 PM
From: southern california
475 posts
6 bikes
You should find a memory foam pressure mapping system. A good bike shop should have one (if it sells saddles). It can give you a very accurate measurement of the dimensions of your ischial tuberosities. This will point you down the right path for the correct size saddle, saving you a lot of trial and error.
April 11, 2014 12:45 AM

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