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  • Terry Bicycles Butterfly TI Saddle - Women's
  • Terry Bicycles Butterfly TI Saddle - Women's
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  • Terry Bicycles Butterfly TI Saddle - Women's Side
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Terry BicyclesButterfly TI Saddle - Women's

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For 16 years, Terry has been designing and testing saddles for female athletes, and the Butterfly represents the best of its research and development. Introduced to the market in 1999, although it has undergone subtle changes throughout the years, The Butterfly series remains the go-to saddle for women riders of all ages and abilities. The Butterfly Ti Saddle is no exception. 

The Italian-made Butterfly Ti Saddle sits second in the line of the lauded saddles. What this means is that you receive all of the benefits of the lightest Butterfly Carbon saddle available without putting a huge dent in your wallet. It features a generous paddle width of 155mm. The paddle is the widest part of the saddle at the back — it functions to support your sit bones. Many female riders are more concerned with comfort over the long haul, than being able to move quickly around a saddle for sprints or aggressive climbs, and the wider paddle provides this much needed support for your sit bones. The flat top with multi-density foam provides stiff support on top of the paddles and more forgiving, softer foam towards the nose to cushion soft tissue. Additionally, the saddle features a full-length cut-away through the nose and mid-section. This provides pressure relief for soft tissue. The saddle has also been designed so that it flexes, ever so slightly, which aids in protecting delicate areas from pressure sores.

This version of the Butterfly saddle was constructed on Ti-nox rails. These rails are light and strong, decreasing weight by 61 grams as compared to the cromoly rails. The entire saddle has been covered in textured leather which helps to keep you in position.

The Terry Bicycle's Butterfly Ti Saddle is 261mm long by 155mm wide and weighs 274grams. It is available in Black or White.

  • Ti-nox rails
  • Textured leather cover with gloss butterfly graphic
  • Wider rear with center cut-away section
  • Multi-density, injection-molded foam (stiffer in rear)
Tech SpecsWeight
Tech Specs
textured leather, [rear] patent leather
Seat Length
262 mm
Seat Width
155 mm
Recommended Use
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Actual Weight

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Black, One Size
White, One Size

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274 g

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Great Women's Saddle

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I bought this saddle for my wife after she wore out her previous Butterfly saddle. She tried many saddles trying to find the best one for her and this is the one. I have put them on all of her bikes. It's pretty light for the amount of padding and looks good too.

Not for aggressive biking

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I bought this saddle when I purchased my road bike. It served me well as I began training for triathlons. As the training became more intense, I became less satisfied with the saddle. An hour on the trainer will lead to perineal numbness. I just don't think the cutout is big enough. I'm also ridiing the aero bars more than I did initially, which probably explains some of my discomfort. I would recommed the saddle for more recreational, less agressive road biking. One thing I did like about it is the padding and the width. I just outgrew it.