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Old 04-27-03, 08:32 AM
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Originally posted by sistinas
I use men's saddles - I'm pretty thin and have narrow hips and find them to be much more comfortable than women's saddles. Right now I use a men's Selle Italia Trans Am.
I use this same saddle even though I have wider hip bones. For me most women's saddles are too wide and cushy, but I've been riding for awhile and have probably developed some sort of pain immunity. I think the tendency when first starting out is to go for the lazy-boy approach but then start carving it down.
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