Find your recommended Ergon saddle.
SR Pro Carbon Men
Ergonomics meet carbon: SR Pro Carbon Men. Flat contour, yet still comfortably padded. The overall shape and the relief channel with its deep cut-out perfectly match the male anatomy in a low, forward tilted riding position typical for road biking. The highly sensitive perineal area is effectively unloaded, preventing any discomfort. OrthoCell®-Inlays in the seating area generate the best possible pressure distribution – the innovative OrthoCell® material ensures maximum reset forces and is also more durable and lighter than gel. Lightweight version with carbon rails and carbon composite saddle shell – only 175 grams (size S/M).
The new Ergon road saddle for men. Due to their speciﬁc pelvic anatomy men are sitting more upright on the saddle. This creates a higher pressure in the highly sensitive perineal area, which often leads to any of the varying forms of discomfort. This is where the relief concept of the SR Men saddle comes into play.
Through the deepening relief channel with cut-out, the resulting pressure is evenly distributed onto the bone structures (sit bone and parts of the pubic blades). The Y-shape helps keeping the freedom of movement high even when riding in the low position typical for road biking.
€ 189.95 (With VAT**)
- SR Pro Carbon Men
- Length: 272 mm Width: 140 mm
- Road Bike
- 175 g*
- Carbon Composite
- Orthopedic AirCell Foam with OrthoCell® Pads
- men specific
- $ 189.95 (Without VAT**)
€ 189.95 (With VAT**)
*Weights may vary in production. **Price can vary by country.
The Sensitive Nervous System
It all depends on the optimal pressure distribution. The task with male specific saddles is to keep pressure off the perineal area and transfer the loads to the sit bones and to parts of the pubic arch. That is what the relief-surface of the new Ergon Men’s saddles is doing.
The Right Size
The shape and size of the saddle must match the sit bone width of the rider to maximize comfort and enjoyment.
The pelvic bone has a unique V-shaped and the saddle must offer the sit bones a large contact surface with the ability to meet the demand of different sitting positions. Various saddle widths are offered so that the usable seat surface corresponds to the riders unique sit bone distance.
The more forward and aggressive the rider sits, the further forward the sit bones contact the saddle.