2013 Triathlete Buyer’s Guide: Saddles

  • By Jonathan Blyer
  • Published Jun 11, 2013
  • Updated Oct 9, 2013 at 12:50 AM UTC

The 2013 Triathlete Buyer’s Guide magazine is out on newsstands now (and check out the digital version), and we’re giving you a sneak peek right here. Check out the saddles section from the guide below and check back to for more Buyer’s Guide content.

Dash Stage 9

The draw: Ideal for men with aggressive fits

If the unique shape and extremely light weight of the Stage 9 don’t strike you, then the high price tag certainly will. Men found this saddle to be more comfortable than did women. This saddle is at home on a tri bike—it will not work well with an upright road position. The saddle is firm, it allows for a forward pelvic tilt and the rails provide a good amount of adjustability. The saddle is available in three widths, custom colors and with customized amounts of padding. Dash offers a demo program that’s worth checking out if you’re considering this pricy saddle.

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