My Brooks saddle didn't come with a cover and this is a lot more official looking than the plastic bags I've been using as a cover.
It's well made for what it is albeit slightly expensive and It's been holding up great so far here in humid Houston.
Bought this cover to protect my Brooks B-17 saddle from the elements. The first time I tried to use it, I noticed the small end (front) seemed to have a wad of fabric that would not straighten out properly to get a tight fit over the nose of the saddle. I turned the cover inside out to see what was going on and discovered the stitching across the end was coming apart--right out of the box! I could not believe it, then I saw that the cover was made in China! Thanks, Brooks for such good quality control over one of your products! Fortunately my wife has a sewing machine and she fixed it in about two minutes, otherwise I would have had to send it back with all the hassles involved with shipping, etc. Other than that problem, it seems to be fine, so far.
FYI, this does not fit my Brooks B-68 W touring saddle. Otherwise it'd be swell.
In addition, the one I received (fortunately) did not have graphics as shown.
To me, the point of covering a saddle, in addition to preventing water damage,
is to conceal (not advertise) that I have a lovely (spendy) saddle when my bike is parked/locked.
I have brooks swift and this cover fits ok. Though ii is not a perfect fit, It doesn't effect the seat comfort while riding. some say that the rain cover is not designed for riding, so what do you do if you ride in the rain? Let the rain get to the saddle? I like the Velcro strap that help secured the cover in place, but the Drawcord is not well designed. There is no easy way to pull the Drawcord since there is no lead cord that can be pulled easily. Overall it is very functional and works as intended - though I havenot tried it in heavy rain yet.