Romin EVO Expert Gel Saddle
When looking for a low, aerodynamic saddle that doesn't make sacrifices in the comfort arena, the Romin EVO Expert Gel Saddle makes a worthy option for long days on the pavement. A carbon-reinforced shell sets the foundation for smoothing off rough edges along your route without weighing you down, while supportive foam and gel inserts cushion your ride. And as always, Specialized uses their Body Geometry design to make everything feel better.
Body Geometry provides personalized comfort and support that's ergonomic and lab-tested. Lightweight padding is strategically placed to alleviate pressure and assure blood flow to sensitive arteries, in men and women alike. Body Geometry saddles ensure proper support when riding in the correct position, and they come in multiple widths to support differing body types.
- An aerodynamic road saddle that doesn't skimp on comfort
- Body Geometry channel designed to maximize blood flow
- Carbon shell smooths your ride and lowers weight
- Hollow titanium rails increase durability
- Micromatrix seat cover is tough, lightweight and water-resistant
- SWAT-compatible mounts deliver integrated storage solutions
- Item #SCQ00D9
- Micromatrix, PU foam, gel inserts, Body Geometry
- Seat Length
- Seat Width
- 143mm, 155mm, 168mm
- Claimed Weight
- [143mm] 9.5oz (269g), [155mm] 9.8oz (277g), [168mm] 9.9oz (281g)
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 2 years
- road cycling
4 based on 1 ratings
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April 8, 2022
- I've used it several times
The only thing that keeps us from me giving it five stars is that I find it a bit too stiff. The bill quality is awesome and the fit is good to. The nose is narrow enough to keep from chafing and the gap between flares serves it?s purpose. And of course specialized quality is there. I just wish it had a little more give.
Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com
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