IMO, the single most important factor in saddle comfort is position. Anything else is personal. there are numerous threads on the forum about this topic. Search on words like saddle, comfort, sore, position, etc. try them together, or in suitable pairs, read a bit, change the search terms....
ukdodger wrote:Agreed. The most comfortable saddle I've ever had was a sprung foam one with a slippery plastic covering. The covering is most important. slippery plastic slides against your leg wear. Not your leg wear against your leg.
That's not always true either! My most comfortable saddle has a lycra covering. I think that the lycra on my saddle helps to keep my shorts in the right place, so the sliding occurs between the layers in the shorts. It's just a theory, but I've had other saddles with a similar covering that I liked.
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