You sure there aren't any NOS Sefas sitting around? I did a quick search and a few Etailers list a number of Serfas Dual Density models, including at least one with a DD Pro...
Could be a dead link or old info, but then again, you never know.
As for other models, any of the Terry models. They, along with the Selle LDY TA, seem to be the saddles that we hear most women recommending to each other. Additionally, Terry has a great warranty / return policy.
Terry's homepage: http://www.terrybicycles.com/product...s&sc=For+Women
Team Estrogen: http://www.teamestrogen.com/categories.asp?catID=24
Note: Team Estrogen lists all of the various saddle dimensions (length x width) which may be of help given the suspected Sella TransAm width issue.
Damselfly looks to be their most narrow women's saddle at 5.1" (130mm), a full inch more narrow than the very popular Terry Butterfly Ti. For comparison, the TransAms are 6.2" (158mm) wide.
Note: Our Selle Italia TransAms -- Debbie's LDY model and my ProLinks -- are the discontinued, non-GelFlow models. The feature a traditional seat foundation with the TransAm anotomical cut-out and a leather cover instead of the gel inserts. I tried a Gel model and wasn't happy with the feel or the cover's durability and have stocked up on the discontinued models whenever I've found them on sale. It took us 5 years to find the "right saddles" for the tandems, going through untold numbers of other saddles in the process (an expensive proposition). I've since adopted the very unusual ProLink saddle for all of my bikes to eliminate change-over issues when moving from tandems to singles and road to off-road. These replaced a slew of the Flite GelFlow saddles that I was fortunate enough to find buyers for via Ebay. However, from earlier experiments, I still have two left-over Sella Italia Flite TransAms if anyone is interested. One is a standard Flite TransAm and the other is a MaxFlite (a bit wider) TransAm. Neither have the gel inserts and both are in like new condition.
Last edited by livngood; 08-30-04 at 07:34 AM.