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Specialized Romin:

If you haven't tried this saddle, I suggest you do.

I have the tester on my bike and I really love it. It's a cross between a Toupe and a Aliante.
Firm but supportive. It doesn't focus as much pressure on your two points of the sit bones like the Toupe. There is no soft tissue irritation with this Romin.
It's a hell of a saddle. Not perfect as the edges are still a tad sharp but it's not a big deal.
I'd suggest trying one.

I had to buy one now.
 

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Ya...I hear ya....I use the rear lip to press against when I go to the bar tops and climb hard.
It doesn't sag much either so there is a lot of power to use.
Wonderful saddle for sure. It should have come out years ago.
 

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Welcome to the forums!

I was wondering the same thing myself. Specialized no longer lists the Romin SL on their website. Just the Expert,Cromo, and Pro models. My LBS says they can't get an SL anymore.
So your guess is as good as mine but I would think there's no more SL.
 
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