Sqlab 611 Active TiTube MTB Saddle Saddle Review

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Weight: 295 grams
By Chris Daniels    on Feb 8, 2016

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Q: Do you really like this saddle? Its worth the money? tanks -Hugo Santos

A: I really like this saddle. After a month's worth of demo I went back to my old saddle and immediately wished for the SQ Lab. That said, it is a lot of money. I would say if you're into long days or suffer from saddle soreness, it is definitely worth it.

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November 24, 2015
 
Model/Year: 611 active Ti tube

Pros: elongated nose great for climbing
most comfortable saddle i've owned (10 in the last 15 years)
active tech appears to work as advertised without feeling wobbly/flexy

Cons: heavier than comparable quality saddles
expensive
not the most attractive with a nose that's about an inch longer than most saddles

Recommendation: if your budget allows for it, I say go for it. If you've got leg length differences, it's probably a better solution than cleat shims. if you spend a long time in the saddle especially with a lot of climbing than yes.





July 27, 2014
 
Model/Year: 2014 SQlab MTB active 611 Titube

Pros: Everything stated in the description of this saddle is true. I have never ridden a saddle with this kind of comfort and stability. And yes, my ass felt good!

Cons: None!

Recommendation: I definitely recommend this saddle.



Sqlab 611 Active TiTube MTB Saddle 5.00 out of 5 based on 2 ratings. 2 user reviews.