I've been using WTB Rocket V saddles for a couple of years. Fit me really well, very comfortable. I find the upward sweep of the back of the saddle a little annoying now that I'm trying to get behind the saddle a little more. More importantly, I seem to bend the rails on this saddle every 9 months or so.
After the most recent rail-bending incident, I bought the Forte Classic Saddle at Performance. Money was tight and I was in a hurry to get a new saddle before my next weekend ride. The shape is somewhat reminiscent of the Terry Fly, leather cover, 310 grams. Only $39.99 if you ask them to match the web price. After one 20 mile ride, I'm pretty happy with it. Not quite as comfortable as the Rocket V, but pretty close, and I'm hoping it gets better after a couple of rides.
Part of my thinking is if I'm destined to bend rails regularly, it would be nice find an inexpensive saddle.
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