Sunlite Cloud-9, Bicycle Suspension Cruiser Saddle, Cruiser Gel, Black Emerald, 10.5×10.5

October 31, 2013 - Comment

10-1/2″ Long x 10-1/2″ Wide. Gel foam material . Anatomic relief design. Chrome coil spring suspension . Product Features 10-1/2″ long x 10-1/2″ wide Gel Foam material molds to your body, relieving pressure on sensitive areas Anatomic relief design Chrome coil spring suspension Black emerald

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10-1/2″ Long x 10-1/2″ Wide. Gel foam material . Anatomic relief design. Chrome coil spring suspension .

Product Features

  • 10-1/2″ long x 10-1/2″ wide
  • Gel Foam material molds to your body, relieving pressure on sensitive areas
  • Anatomic relief design
  • Chrome coil spring suspension
  • Black emerald

Comments

Shaana says:

Firm and not very cushiony for a gel seat. good sized, padded, spring suspension with a dip between the seat and the nose for those parts that do not like squishing, very comfortable, and it wears in as you use it so it just gets better. As a plus, it is waterproof so if you have to park in the rain, just wipe with a dry towel and you are back in the saddle. priced right and fast delivery, comes with a post mount which you have to take off if your seat post already has the clamp for rails worth the money

Anonymous says:

I bought this seat for my beach cruiser, I wanted a gel seat so that it would be more comfortable for longer rides. The first thing that I noticed when I got it is that it was firmer than I had imagined (I had pictured that it would be more like the super squishy gel inserts for your shoes). Though, if you press on the seat with your finger, you can feel the gel, so it is there.I put the seat on my bike, adjusted it a bit, and went for a ride. It may still need a few adjustments, (tilting, lowering), but I was not able to find a comfortable way to sit on it. The bulbous mounds on the back of the seat tended to push me forward so that I was sitting on the front point, then when I would try to set myself back more, the seat mounds would dig into my butt bones (and I don’t have a very bony butt). Maybe it needs some breaking in or getting used to?

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