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