What I don't like is that it's essentially a torn up piece of plastic with foam shooting out the sides of it... I hear Fizik is great, will probably demo it.Arrogant Roadie Prick said:What don't you like about yours? Forget about "high performance" think "comfort" that will keep you on the bike longer. The forum would need more info than you provided to help. I will suggest a Selle San Marco Regal. It is a classic saddle that has been around a long time, not narrow, not wide, not heavy.
I second giving the E3 Form a shot. I've got about 400 miles on mine (titanium) and am very happy with it. Don't be turned off because of it's cheap price - it appears to be very well made, leather cover, thoughtful design and light weight.tindrum said:i'm a big fan of the E3 form for a really good performing not-too-pricey saddle... actually, i found mine on ebay for something like 20 bucks and after it broke in i liked it better than the fizik i lost.
To clarify, Performance guarantee means you can return unused items at your expense for refund, credit or exchange. If you try saddles until you find one you like, you'll be paying shipping charges on each return/ exchange.Camilo said:...And speaking of demos- Performance has a satisfaction guarantee, which means you can try saddles until you find one you like.
You're correct about the return postage thing. I still think it's a reasonable way to test saddles though.PJ352 said:To clarify, Performance guarantee means you can return unused items at your expense for refund, credit or exchange. If you try saddles until you find one you like, you'll be paying shipping charges on each return/ exchange.