Specialized ups the ante in the off-road seat game with the Henge Comp. Its padded nose, rounded tail and rugged Micromatrix top are all tailor-made to handle the rigors of riding the trails. What's more, the Henge uses Specialized's Body Geometry technology to minimize pressure and maximize comfort, while the carbon-reinforced shell and hollow-chromoly rails add vibration damping and lightness. And, it's available in 3 widths so you can find the perfect fit.
|Option||Barcode||Manufacturer's Part Number||Store SKU|
|Cyan / 130mm||00719676302171||27214-1320|
|Cyan / 143mm||00719676301945||27214-1323|
|Cyan / 155mm||00719676302157||27214-1325|
|Black / 130mm||00719676187037||272E-1000|
|Black / 143mm||00719676187792||272E-1003||81493|
|Black / 155mm||00719676188010||272E-1005||81495|
|Moto Green / 130mm||00719676301976||27214-1310|
|Moto Green / 143mm||00719676301877||27214-1313|
|Moto Green / 155mm||00719676302041||27214-1315|
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I'm actually using this as my road race saddle. Had issues (guys, you know) with some others plus ishial tuberosity pressure with more hard road saddles. This was the perfect compromise. BG fit to alleviate nerve/ blood flow but soft enough to ride all day. Love it.
I rode with the stock saddle on my cannondale flash for almost a year and finally decided enough was enough. I went through just about every demo saddle the store had for fizik and specialized. This was the most comfortable seat and the least expensive. I'm 5'-9" and 235 and I have a more relaxed set up on my bike. This saddle is great, I broke it in at north shore and it was the first time I've ridden an not had a sore sit bone. The only complaint I have is the nose is little too short and I hang my shorts on the nose every now and then when moving around in the more technical parts of the trail. I think after a few more rides its something I can work around.