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Fabric Scoop Cromo Saddle
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Scoop Cromo Saddle

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Renowned versatility and comfort.

The Fabric Scoop carries over from its beginnings under the Charge brand name to continue giving riders an all around option for comfort and versatility no matter how you're built or how you like to ride. Using a simple three-piece construction, the Scoop is comfortable, easy to clean, and lightweight. A flexible nylon base is covered with a soft, vacuum-bonded microfiber top, and it is slim, waterproof, and durable despite its lack of staples or any other unnecessary materials. The Scoop is offered in a variety of curvature profiles and padding levels that include Flat for an aerodynamic race position, Shallow for a less aggressive riding style, and Radius, their most curved and padded option for an upright position. This Elite version features hollow Cro-mo rails and claimed weights of 244 g for the Flat model, 266 g for the Shallow model, and 256 g for the Radius model.

142 mm width x 282 mm length. Available in multiple colors.

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Light & Comfortable
by Anonymous

Replaced a more expensive saddle with this one. It's much lighter and comfortable.

Reviewed 2/2/2018
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A keeper!
by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Eugene,OR.

Definitely one of the best saddles I have tried, and Ive tried a bunch.

Reviewed 2/3/2018
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The perfect saddle?
by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Baltimore, MD
0 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

When I first got on this saddle it immediately disappeared under me. Without a doubt the best shaped saddle out there (at least for me). There is a definite lack of padding however so it gets hard after about 30 minutes. That's my fault, not the saddles. I bought a thin get padded seat made for this type of saddle which should help. Haven't tried it yet. But this saddle is a definite keeper.

Reviewed 12/14/2017
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Lightweight, reasonably priced, sporty saddle.
by GTB64
Daily Commuter
Beaverton, OR

I bought this to replace a WTB Speed Progel on my commuteradventure bike, which is an Origin8 CX700 frameset built up with quality components and wheels. It's a Monster Cross bike that can take up to 29x2.1 tires. It sees a lot of road miles for commuting and fitness as well as gravel rides, rails to trails and forest rides. I have 630mm wide30mm high riser bars on it, no drops.

I had the WTB Speed Progel on it for about 1,200 miles this year. It was ok, I didn't hate it, but I didn't love it, either. And sometimes, it really just didn't feel all that comfortable. I have the Speed Comp on my XC bike and I like it better. I thought I'd give the Fabric Scoop Radius a shot after reading about them. I have my bars level with my seat and according to Fabric, the Scoop Radius is for riders who have their bars like this.

I've only got 150 miles on it at this point, but I like it more than the Progel. It's lighter, more supportive and more comfortable. I feel like I'm not wasting as much energy due to the padding compressing when I'm on the gas. It's comfortable with or without a pad as well. I bought the Elite BlackBlack model with hollow Chromoly rails. It's mounted to a ZIPP Service Course alloy seatpost w 20mm setback.

I'd recommend it if you're looking for a comfortable, lightweight saddle that won't break the bank. Be sure to read which saddle profile fits your riding style and body position on the Fabric website.

Reviewed 12/11/2017
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Too comfy?
by joeleo
Daily Commuter
Spokane, WA
3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

After a slight pitch adjustment I forgot I had a new saddle. That is until I rode one of my other bikes and started really feeling it 20 minutes in. I'm sure it is part of Fabric's diabolical plot, but I'm planning on buying more for my other bikes. If you want no frills, great colors, and comfort out of the box, there isn't really a reason to keep looking beyond the Fabric Scoop. Also I got the white model and wrote customer service about cleaning it. They were fast, polite, and provided great advice (any degreaser will work, but they like brake cleaner).

Reviewed 7/31/2017
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The relief I after
by midrover170
Cycling Enthusiast

I mtbroad bike about 50-70 miles per week, mostly on the mtb. I was getting saddle sores from my older setup, making most rides less enjoyable than they should've been. After reading great things about the Scoop, I went for it and so far so good. Saddle sore is much better and I'm thinking about the ride more. Build quality is great - nice and sleek.

Reviewed 7/7/2017
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Great saddle. Lives up to expectations.
by Anonymous

I replaced a stock Canondale saddle with the Scoop chromo. Great saddle and great price. I have about 200 miles on it and so far it has performed above expectations.

Reviewed 6/19/2017
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Solid, good looking saddle
by Anonymous

What a saddle! If you like classy looking saddles that feel great then the fabric scoop is for you. Wide enough to accomodate ample American asses and just plush enough to keep you comfy over long rides. What else could you ask for?

Reviewed 6/19/2017
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Well made saddle
by Webster
Cycling Enthusiast
S. F. Bay Area
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Fabric is making some nice saddles for reasonable prices, and if you prefer a saddle that is fairly narrow and firm, this Fabric Scoop Elite Saddle may work well for you. For longer rides (over 100 km), I'm finding the Fabric Scoop Gel Elite Saddle and the Fabric Cell Radius Saddle to be a little more comfortable because they are slightly wider and softer. Whichever model suits you, thumbs up on Fabric.

Reviewed 6/15/2017
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Sit on this!
by JakeStroker
Cycling Enthusiast
Rochester, NY

Sized, shaped, and fits very much like a Charge Spoon, but this Fabric Scoop is more comfortable. The cover's coefficient of friction is about perfect (you can move but it's not slippery) and overall quality appears very high.

To make it perfect for my 230 lb. carcass, it should be just a smidgen firmer, but I am very pleased with my new Fabric Scoop.

Reviewed 6/15/2017
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Fabric Scoop
by Matt
eugene
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Best seat IMO out there.. have one on both MTN bikes and one on my road bike.. I've used several different brands and although you can get used to just about any seat this one you forget about it.

Reviewed 11/7/2017
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Great price, design and surprisingly comfortable
by Anonymous
Daily Commuter
NYC

As a daily commuter I became frustrated with gel seats braking down every year... This seat was inexpensive and has the feel that it wont break down... surprisingly comfortable to ride...

Reviewed 11/10/2017
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Nice
by Big Hill
Sacramento, Ca

Firm comfortable saddle, 4 stars if it was a bit wider 5 stars

Reviewed 2/23/2017
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Great performance for a very important component
by OR_biker
Cycling Enthusiast
Portland, OR

Had been using center-cutout saddles for a few years and thought I'd stick with them. I read so many praising reviews of the Scoop I figured I should give it a try, especially being quite a bit cheaper than some previous saddles I've used. After 2,000 miles I can say without hesitation that this is the best saddle I've ever used! Wasn't sold on the first few rides, but that was mainly due to needing adjustment - I purchased the Flat version and my previous saddle was more curved, so I found I needed to nose it down a bit to get comfortable. It's fairly flexible in the middle so it felt better to keep the nose down somewhat (we're talking millimeters) but the flex means that it can be quite comfortable without a lot of padding which can sometimes get in the way and cause other issues. I kept reading about how nice the top material felt and thought how much difference am I going to be able to tell through padded cycle shorts? But I really can notice the difference! It's smooth without being slippery. I actually had my sit bones measured at a shop to see what width of saddle I should use, and while the Scoop is narrower than I should be using, I can stay in a more aggressive position much longer without discomfort than I could previously with other saddles that supposedly fit me better. Just a great saddle overall, and the variety of colors makes it even better!

Reviewed 9/28/2017
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Thought I'd try something new and less expensive.
by Seamus
Cycling Enthusiast
Beaverton

I've rode Selle SMP's for many years and thought I'd try something new and less expensive. They're nice looking and got a lot of good reviews. Didn't work for me, after three rides I ordered another SMP and happy once again.

Reviewed 9/28/2017
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Fabric saddle
by Anonymous
Competitive Racer
Seattle
0 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

Great value, arrived quickly. Fantastic Service.

Reviewed 1/26/2017
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Definitely worth a try
by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Oregon
0 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

It was a great saddle when I used it on some local climbs where I was out of the saddle but when staying seated, it just didn't give me the support I was looking for. Although it wasn't what I am looking for on everyday rides, I would definitely recommend it for other riders who are out of the saddle

Reviewed 1/18/2017
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I am completely satisfied with this saddle, the materials and quality of workmanship are excellent
by Scotty
Cycling Enthusiast
Houston, TX
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I have been trying to find a comfortable saddle for some time now. I purchased some really high end saddles from top of the line manufacturers. This saddle beats them all for out if the box comfort. Works best for me when leveled front to back, I placed a flat piece of wood on top of the saddle along the length and leveled it

Reviewed 1/9/2017
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Excellent saddle.
by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Florida
0 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Daily rider 20-50 miles.

Reviewed 12/26/2016
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This is a good saddle
by Langperf
Cycling Enthusiast
Beltsville MD

Specialized Carve 29er gravel, urban assault, with dropper. The padding and flex are just right.

Reviewed 12/29/2016
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