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Specialized Henge Comp Saddle

Specialized ups the ante in the off-road seat game with the Henge Comp. Its padded nose, rounded tail and rugged Micromatrix top are all tailor-made to handle the rigors of riding the trails. What's more, the Henge uses Specialized's Body G ...(Read More)

Specialized Henge Comp Saddle
  • Color: Black
  • Color: White
$100.00
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Specialized ups the ante in the off-road seat game with the Henge Comp. Its padded nose, rounded tail and rugged Micromatrix top are all tailor-made to handle the rigors of riding the trails. What's more, the Henge uses Specialized's Body Geometry technology to minimize pressure and maximize comfort, while the carbon-reinforced shell and hollow-chromoly rails add vibration damping and lightness. And, it's available in two widths so you can find the perfect fit.

Part Numbers

Option UPC MPN Store SKU
Black / 143mm 00719676120782 27215-1303 23468
Black / 155mm 00719676120515 27215-1305 23469

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5.0

(based on 1 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Great price 

Cons

  • Short Nose 

Best Uses

  • Mountain Bikes 

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Specialized Henge Comp

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from Dallas, TX

About Me Avid Cyclist

Pros

  • Great price

Cons

  • Short Nose

Best Uses

  • Mountain Bikes

Comments:

I rode with the stock saddle on my cannondale flash for almost a year and finally decided enough was enough. I went through just about every demo saddle the store had for fizik and specialized. This was the most comfortable seat and the least expensive. I'm 5'-9" and 235 and I have a more relaxed set up on my bike. This saddle is great, I broke it in at north shore and it was the first time I've ridden an not had a sore sit bone. The only complaint I have is the nose is little too short and I hang my shorts on the nose every now and then when moving around in the more technical parts of the trail. I think after a few more rides its something I can work around.

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