Specialized Henge Sport Saddle

Take to the trails with Specialized's Henge Sport. Its padded nose, rounded tail and rugged top are all tailor-made to handle the rigors of riding the trails. What's more, the Henge uses Specialized's Body Geometry technology to minimize pr ...(Read More)

Specialized Henge Sport Saddle
Please select options
Sorry, this item is currently not in stock. Please call us for future availability.
Add to Wish List

Details

Take to the trails with Specialized's Henge Sport. Its padded nose, rounded tail and rugged top are all tailor-made to handle the rigors of riding the trails. What's more, the Henge uses Specialized's Body Geometry technology to minimize pressure and maximize comfort, while the performance-tuned shell adds vibration damping and lightness. And, it's available in two widths so you can find the perfect fit.

Reviews

Read 2 Reviews

Write a Review

REVIEW SNAPSHOT®

by PowerReviews
 
1.0

(based on 2 reviews)

0%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Cons

  • Uncomfortable  (2)
  • Heavy 

REVIEWS

Reviewed by 2 customers

Sort by

Displaying reviews 1-2

Back to top

 
1

Terrible and Uncomfortable

By 

from Winnipeg, MB

About Me Advanced

Pros

Cons

  • Uncomfortable

Best Uses

Comments:

I put this on a Giant Roam to replace the terrible factory saddle. Riding a mix of rough paved streets and gravel trails. This saddle is brutally uncomfortable. It felt "just ok" for 10km's; by 30km's it was starting to get quite painful; at 60km's it was making me numb and my butt was screaming to get off of it. It's pretty much exactly the same as the crummy factory saddle, no notable difference. Definitely NOT recommended unless you are looking for a torture device.

 
1

Very Uncomfortable

By 

from Barrie, ON

About Me Intermediate

Pros

Cons

  • Heavy
  • Uncomfortable

Best Uses

Comments:

I found the seat to be too short and it is actually 140mm at it's widest point which starts 6cm from the rear. That shortens the saddle even further which in turn makes me feel like I'm being kneed in the, well you can guess. It also negates the relief that the cutaway chamber is supposed to provide.

Displaying reviews 1-2

Back to top