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    Caution;  Merge;  Workers Ahead! Back in the saddle...

    This weekend I hit one of our local trails for the first time this season and quickly remembered that during the off season I wanted to get a better saddle...I'm still it though. I was looking at a Topeak Allay Sport, or maybe a WTB Speed V Pro Gel. Any other suggestions? I am starting my upgrade process...I am for sure hooked on MTB'n.
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    I really like the WTB Devo Carbon , replacing several seats with it .

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    Everyone's butt is different, so it's hard to go by what others butts like. Try new saddles until you discover what works for you. Here are a few things to consider:

    * You don't necessarily have to spend a lot . $30 to $60 will buy lots of decent saddles.
    * Heavy padding/gel does not equal more comfort down the trail. After 15 min it can become a problem.
    * Decent shorts with a good padded liner can make a big difference in comfort and moisture control.
    * Height and saddle angle will make a big difference in comfort, and may be slightly different for different saddles.

    Good luck!
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