Fi'zi:k Kurve Saddles - Anyone else ride one?

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  1. dayviebone

    dayviebone New Member

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    I ride a Kurve Chameleon and after getting it positioned right and used to it's firmness and/or the saddle breaking in, I love it. Anyone else riding a Kurve saddle? I'm just curious about other people's opinions.
     
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  2. vspa

    vspa Active Member

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    i ride an arione, its just maybe a bit narrow for my size but great anyway,
     
  3. alienator

    alienator Well-Known Member

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    I've used an Arione and an Aliante (not of the Kurve flavors) and didn't get on with them. That's how saddles go, though: one person feels like a saddle is an ass hatchet, while another thinks it coddles his peaches as if it were Emma Watson's hands on his ass. Fizik does make excellent saddles.
     
  4. ambal

    ambal Active Member

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    I had one for a week, didn't suit my arse so I ebayd it.
     
  5. mpre53

    mpre53 Well-Known Member

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    When it comes to saddles, yours is the only opinion that counts. There's no such thing as a saddle for every ass.
     
  6. dayviebone

    dayviebone New Member

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    I know. I was just curious as to what other people think about the Kurve saddles for poops and giggles.
     
  7. danfoz

    danfoz Well-Known Member

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    Very true, although some models become adopted widely and some are off the shelf the very next year. Would be interesting to know if it's the success of the marketing approach, social media (or as the old skoolers know it "word of mouth"), or the saddle itself.
     
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