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 Ok. Weird story about this seat. I bought this seat about two months ago as a take off from The Path in Tustin, CA for an amazing deal. I rode the saddle once around my front yard and it was night and day as far as everything compared to my Rocket V. I then took my bike to my local shop to have a new rear shock put on. When I got the bike back, there was a huge hole in the seat. When I mean huge I mean about the size of a dime, right in the place on the backside where if you laid the bike down it would be. So I confronted the bike shop and they denied everything on all costs. I left the shop pissed off. Upon closer inspection of the bike I noticed that someone had changed my front tube, put a hole in seat and tuned my suspension to a different weight. So shady. So I called WTB to see if they could fix it. I explained my situation and they replaced the seat. Some of the best costumer service over there. I will be a WTB customer for life!
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 great seat. looks good, light. its not the most comfortable, but if you dont sit much its great. it also rips pants like no other. i dont even own this seat, my freind has it and i rode his bike 2 times, both times it ripped my pants
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 AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
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 Devo Carbon is sickest seat I've used, comfy light and unobtrusive. Love it on my 180 travel AM/FR/DH bike, and light enough I could use it on my road bike if I felt the need.
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 awesome saddle, supper comfortable for a full day of trail/all mountain riding. I prefer a slightly wider saddle, and this thing just fits. the silverado may work better if you backside isn't as bountiful as others.
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 I have the ti rail version on two of my bikes,xc (sort of) hardtail and my all moutain/ride what i want 6x6 suspension bike. Light and the most comfortable saddle i've used.I even got a spare!
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 Light, and so good for long rides, it's hard but the perfect shape. (Need to make 100 charactersssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss.)
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 Its great overall, looks good, nice and thin, light, but the only problem would be that its not that comfortable if you are sitting for lon periods of time.
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 its light, thin and looks great. no problems with mine. Comfier than it looks. Don't believe me? go buy one and find out for yourself.
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 Came on my bike.
Took a while to get used to but it's quite comfortable now.
Not to mention very light.
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 Awesome seat, looks cool, very light, smooth, to bad i destroyed mine when it skidded across pavement
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 VERY VERY VERY comfortable and looks sleek. Not to mention light
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WTB Devo (MSRP $150) — The Devo combines firm DNA padding, a smooth leather cover and a very supportive moderate-width shell. It is the saddle of choice for two-time DH world champion Fabien Barel of Team Kona as well as the DH dominating duo of Sam Hill and Sabrina Jonnier of Team Iron Horse. Mid-width x short (140mm x 255mm) Carbon = $165

Specifications Compare to other Seats

Release Date 2009
Price $150
Weight Carbon: 190, Ti: 195 g
Color Options Carbon, red
Clamping Standard rails
Clamping Standard - Seats have used a rail design since day 1 basically, however, recently some companies are looking to reinvent this design. Designs such as I-beam have been showing up, however, rail seats wont be dying off anytime soon.
Ride Style Elite Road / Cross Country Racing
Ride Style - Ride style is a reference word for how you ride. Some seats are designed for people who are going to be sitting down a lot, or pedaling excessive amounts. Some others are designed for weight saving, and limited use. Pick your seat for your riding style.

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