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June 10, 2022, 9:05 a.m. -  Justin White

And it's not about the shape or the top padding matching the down there. The heat molding alone makes it much more flexible fit-wise than a typical foam padded saddle of any shape. It's the construction and lack of anything on the sides, and that applies to anyone with legs, no matter the different shapes down there. After experiencing a couple similarly constructed saddles, I could not recommend that style to anyone for MTB, no matter what the top is like.  That's why I was asking what it's like for gravel. Maybe there is less leg steering required considering the fit and geo of a typical g-bike and the riding done on it?  Re: EWS wins, you tried to tell me that those pros have drastically different bike fit/geo (they go together) requirements than us normies, so why would I care what saddle they like?

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