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Item # WTB002B


Not many bike components can pull duty across road, XC, all-mountain, and enduro disciplines, but the WTB Volt Comp Saddle with Steel Rails is one of the few that can. By borrowing features from other WTB saddles, the Volt manages to be comfortable and cost effective at the same time, no matter where you're riding. The steel rails provide a solid platform, while the synthetic cover is comfortable and durable and the padding protects sensitive spots by strategically supporting your anatomy. The Volt also features WTB's Flex-Tuned shell, which is not as supple as the Soft Shell but not as firm as the Carbon Composite, giving you a precise but comfortable platform that takes you from the trail to the road and back.

Tech Specs

Seat Length:
260 mm
Seat Width:
135 mm, 142 mm
Claimed Weight:
[135mm] 297 g, [142mm] 316 g
Recommended Use:
road, mountain
Manufacturer Warranty:
2 years

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Comfort on a budget

    If you're looking here you probably don't want to pay out the @$$ to save your buns. This saddle isn't saving weight, but it is saving other things that are more important, such as dollars and the rear. If these are your concerns, this is your answer.


      You're going to spend a lot of time in the saddle getting to where you can stand up and truly enjoy your bike. Make sure you don't hate that time and get a saddle that works for you. This is my choice because its comfortable and I can stand (I really mean sit) it.

      Not too shabby

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I bought this saddle to replace a stock one on a hybrid bike. I've taken it on 15-20 mile rides and I found it pretty comfortable. Definitely not the saddle you're looking for if you're shaving grams, but it seems pretty solid and should last for a while.

      Bomber Saddle

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I put this on my bar bike and it's perfect for easy rides, slightly bulky if you are looking to save some ounces. If you are commuting long distances you may want something lighter but it is pretty cushy.

      sit on it

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      aside from being slightly heavy this saddle is a bang for the butt. Also quite durable ive run this saddle for a full season and looks good still.

      Better on the downhill

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      The saddle feels way more comfortable on the downhill than the uphill. I think I need to just get used to it and break it in.

      Pretty sweet budget saddle

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      This seat is perfect for a downhill/freeride build. Its not horrible if you want to climb a little but definitely a great seat. I would recommend those who are using it for road/cross country/all mountain purposes i would suggest going with a wide.

      Just put it on my Transition Bottle Rocket and looks sweet.