Why We Like The Koda Titanium Saddle
Designed for discerning ladies putting their bikes through the paces across everything from rugged trails to smooth tarmac, the WTB Koda Titanium Saddle maximizes comfort and efficiency with its proven shape that's tailored to females, though certainly not exclusive to any particular gender. In fact, WTB discarded the female-only designation of the Koda during the development process, as male riders also found it to be extremely comfortable.
Seeking to reduce pressure on the areas prone to saddle soreness, the Koda features a generous center channel that relieves pressure on longer rides. It's designed with a relatively short nose that helps you seamlessly transition on and off without snagging on trail baggies. Additionally, its slightly swooped shape keeps you stable while laying down power on long straights and extended climbs alike. This particular version gets ultra-light titanium rails and DNA Padding for superior shape retention over countless miles.
- Female-focused comfort for virtually any riding discipline
- Found to be a popular and comfortable option for male riders, too
- Flagship version gets titanium rails and superior DNA padding
- Generous center channel relieves pressure over long distances
- Shorter nose for seamless on/off transitions without snagging
- Slightly swooped shape provides support for laying down power
- Two different widths allow for customization of fit and feel
- Item #WTBF13S
- Seat Length
- Seat Width
- 145, 150mm
- Claimed Weight
- [145mm] 7.7oz (218g), [150mm] 8oz (226g)
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 2 years
- cross-country, downhill, enduro, trail
5 based on 1 ratings
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May 25, 2023
Game changer for me
- I've used it several times
So I am a runner that likes to ride a couple of times a week which means I'm in fairly good shape and will often go for a 3 hour ride on some rocky terrain or go on an all day ride in the mountains without having ridden a ton. Everything usually feels good except my under side. I ask friends and they always just tell me that I need to ride more to get the back side into shape and that has helped some but not nearly as much as switching my saddle. I feel good the next day after having been on this saddle rather than down right sore
Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com
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