WTB Koda Steel Saddle

WTB Koda Steel Saddle
WTB Koda Steel Saddle
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Koda Steel Saddle by WTB
Turning a very attentive ear to established female testers pays off for all of us with the new WTB Koda Steel Saddle. WTB listened to feedback from two-years of female-only testing to deliver the updated Koda. The shorter-nose and a generously open center channel blend female-centered design into a mixed-gender saddle that we can't wait to use. The short nose, giving a total length of 255mm, reduces shorts and bib straps from catching when performing seated and standing transitions on the bike. Helpful to sensitive bits all around, the updated center channel provides relief we need when the road gets rough or when loaded down with heavy backpacks with hydro-sleeves. Slightly swooping upwards in the rear, the Koda keeps us from slipping too far back when faced with the 15% grades. And the medium thickness padding provides all-day comfort without causing numbness or too much bounce.

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SKU: WTBF13U
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