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Selle ItaliaDiva Gel Superflow Saddle - Women's


Item # SELA09L

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Item # SELA09L

Diva Gel Superflow Saddle

Creature comforts aren't just for indoor sports, and Selle Italia makes that known with the Diva Gel Superflow Saddle. This women's-specific perch balances weight and comfort for your ride, thanks to generous silicone gel padding that damps jarring vibrations from rowdy roads, so you can pedal through the miles without even thinking about the state of your sit bones.

The saddle is built with a nylon composite base that offers just enough flex to conform to your movements, while still staying stiff enough to keep pedaling efficient. A large central cutout relieves pressure on your perineum and soft tissue areas, and directs your weight to the sit bones, so they can do what they are designed to do. And while most race-ready saddles won't provide you with much in the realm of padding, this perch packs in a bit extra, giving some much needed respite to those of us with more sensitive, picky sit bones.

  • A race ready saddle that isn't afraid of adding cushion
  • Silicone gel padding soaks up jarring vibrations from the road
  • Large anatomic cutout relieves pressure to sensitive tissue
  • Nylon base flexes just enough for comfort, stays stiff for pedaling
  • Multiple width options allows you to find the right fit for you
  • Get years of use with durable Fibra-Tek cover
  • Titanium rails compliment the saddle with a light weight finish

Tech Specs
RailsTI 316
Seat Length[small] 270mm, [large] 270mm
Seat Width[small] 135mm, [large] 152mm
Recommended Useroad cycling
Manufacturer Warranty2 years

Actual Weight

Black, L3
Black, S3

Claimed Weight

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[small] 9.7oz (275g), [large] 10.1oz
275g), [large] 10.1oz (285g

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What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

My Favorite Saddle

I've put it through the wringer
True to size
Size Bought
150 lbs

I rode my last Selle Italia Diva for 10 years, its old and the leather is showing wear, It's still comfortable and well broke in but when I got my new bike I thought it deserved the new saddle, so I got another Diva hoping it would be as comfortable as my old one. It did not disappoint me, from the first ride, it feels just like my old trusted friend, supportive and comfy, I don't think there is a better saddle for me. I know not everyone will have the same experience as I have with the Diva, we are all built different and what works for me may not work for others but I would encourage anyone in search of a good saddle to try the Diva. They also come in two sizes, small and large. I love my Diva!

>Rating: 2

Like a brick!!!

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
True to size
Size Bought
5` 4"
135 lbs

This seat was too firm for me. It felt like the right size and contoured me physically, but the surface is very hard and seems to have no padding at all. By the end of an easy 14 mile ride I was dying! My stock seat was better than this one. Returning and will try something different.

Brandi nothing worse than having a great day spoiled by a sore....Believe it or not the fit is probably more important than padding. A completely non padded seat that you can rest your sitz bones on can be an all day seat. This one comes in two sizes and it would be interesting to see if the wider (or narrower) version might have been a good day? As you legs get stronger you tend to float a bit more as well so sometimes ironically just more saddle time will improve your comfort. Clip in pedals cause you to build a push/pull pedal style and this keeps the tension going over most of the rotation. The better you get at this the faster you go and oddly the less weight you are putting on the saddle. Anyway hope your doing better and keep riding!!