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Score Product Price Our Take
90
$125
Editors' Choice Award
The combination of comfort, performance, and versatility in a lightweight package earned the Undercover Stratum our Editor's Choice Award.
87
$120
One of our favorite mountain bike saddles, the Phenom Comp is comfortable, versatile, and reasonably priced.
85
$170
Top Pick Award
The SQlab 611 Ergowave Active is the most ergonomically advanced saddle we've ever seen.
85
$135
Top Pick Award
If you like a narrower saddle, the unique looking Spyder Outland is a lightweight and comfortable option.
85
$130
Top Pick Award
Lightweight and incredibly comfortable, the Koda Team was designed for women but works great for men too.
83
$60
Best Buy Award
The Volt Race is a long standing model in WTB saddle lineup that is versatile, comfortable, and a reliable performer.
79
$105
It's nothing groundbreaking, but the Fabric Scoop Race Shallow is a quality and versatile saddle with good power transfer.
77
$90
It's not bad, it's not great, the Fi'zi:k Monte S-Alloy is an average saddle.
76
$100
Ergon's SME3 Comp has an enduro oriented design that is good for everyday riding.
73
$200
Italian saddle manufacturer Selle Italia's SLR Max Gel Flow saddle is not only expensive, but it was outperformed by the competition.
67
$100
It may be lightweight, but the Circuit Ti-Alloy was the least comfortable saddle we tested.
67
$40
Its the heaviest saddle in our test, but the SDG Bel-Air Steel is comfortable and inexpensive.
66
$85
The Aeffect wouldn't be our first choice for XC style riding, as it is better suited to enduro or gravity disciplines.