Under Test: Selle Anatomica X2 Saddle

The X2 features a cast aluminum frame, stainless steel rails, and leather top with reinforcing laminate.

I’ve been a fan of Selle Anatomica saddles for many years. At one point, I owned more of the US-made saddles than I did bicycles. Eventually I wore out all but one of them (the saddles, not the bikes). But as luck would have it, Selle Anatomica introduced their new X2 model right around the time I was getting ready to replace my X1 saddle.

Can the new X2 match the legendary comfort of the company’s previous offerings while offering improved durability? Stay tuned…

2 thoughts on “Under Test: Selle Anatomica X2 Saddle

  1. I am about to pull the trigger on the X1 or X2 Selle Anatomica model and looking for reviews. What’s the word?

    1. If you’re concerned about weight and/or rail strength, the X2 is the way to go. If, on the other hand, you need maximum setback, you probably need the X1.

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