Find your recommended Ergon saddle.
ST Gel Women
Riding in comfort, with no pressure peaks or hot spots. The surface design closely follows the female anatomy and eliminates pressure on the genital area, effectively preventing discomfort. Sensations of numbness are prevented and the addition of gel pads under the sit bones increases riding comfort even further. The soft side transition prevents localized pressure around the saddle’s edges, while the generous sitting area reduces hot spots and distributes the pressure optimally to the sit and pubic bones – even without padded cycling shorts.
In addition to the construction of the saddle, the gender speciﬁc form of the seating area is also brand new. In the genital area, men and women differentiate strongly. It is most often in this area that pressure points lead to numbness and difﬁculties while riding.
Ergon has designed the relief surfaces using the latest scientiﬁc research and extensive testing. The results are gender speciﬁc shapes and relief channels – creating maximum comfort for women and men.
€ 59,95(With VAT**)
- ST Gel Women
- Touring, Urban, E-Bike
- Nylon Composite
- Light FeC Stahl
- Orthopedic Comfort Foam with Gel Pads
- women specific
- $ 59.95(Without VAT**)
€ 59,95(With VAT**)
**Price can vary by country.
Pressure relief for Men and Women
In the genital area, men and women differentiate strongly. It is most often in this area that pressure points lead to numbness and difficulties while riding.
Ergon has designed the relief surfaces using the latest scientific research and extensive testing. The results are gender specific shapes and relief channels – creating maximum comfort for women and men.
Die richtige Größe
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.