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I got the microfiber touring saddle for two reasons: it was cheap, and it wouldn’t stick to my legs and thighs. After many hours vigorously testing the saddle on off-road terrain while nude, I can in fact confirm it’s a damn fine saddle.
This saddle is a sleeper for sure. I’ve never owned a Brooks Cambium saddle but I’ve put miles on a handful of B17’s and this comes in pretty close to that comfort wise. The microfiber took a minute to get used to, it’s rather grabby, but I don’t mind it anymore. Buy this saddle.
I'm a Brooks Cambium kind of person, they suit me well - better than their leather predecessors. This is the first saddle outside of the Brooks lineup that has ticked so many boxes for me personally.
It's firm but comfy, has saddle bag loops, proper dimensions, etc.
If you're a C17 or C19 person, give this a try, especially if your handlebar is a bit higher than your saddle.
During my first ride on the VO Touring Saddle Wide I thought it was very uncomfortable, but by the end of the 2nd ride it was starting to loosen up ,and now, 3-4 rides later, I can report that it is quite comfortable. It IS important to get the correct height and angle for your dimension. The construction and styling are excellent and I consider it a very good saddle for a fair price.