I've been riding and racing bicycles since 1990 and have ridden dozens of saddles. As a female cyclist I've struggled to find a saddle comfortable enough to ride for hours on the road and race on the track. This saddle is perfect. I now have one on every bike. Great for road rides, track, and time trials.
I tried this saddle because I wanted to relieve pressure in my private region, especially when in drops. It's great for short, punchy, racecrit type rides, but I found it uncomfortable on long rides. It took care of the numbness but caused other issues like saddle sores. I do like it though and recommend it to racers.
ive used arione & antares fizik saddles in the past and have found this far superior for my bum.
i tend to use the middle and front of the saddle more and this just fits my riding style perfectly while providing all day comfort.
i know everyones different but if you are looking for something that has a bit wider nose while having cutouts for reducingeliminating perennial pressure - this is the saddle for you
the accessories (gopro mount & fender) that attaches to mounting points under the saddle is a plus.
I've had the opportunity to test out the Specialized Saddle and the PRO Stealth. Specialized felt too narrow up front when you are really pushing the pedals while in the nose. I've found the PRO Stealth to be much more comfortable. I love the large central cut-out to reduce any pressure. I've been searching for that perfect saddle for a couple of years and finally found this one that eliminated all the hot spots. The Carbon version takes a 7x9mm ears. Build quality is great, it is light and most importantly comfortable. Highly recommend giving this saddle a try!
I am a previous adamo user who just couldnt get over that crazy dual nose design. The Pro Stealth does just about the same thing without all the seat heightfore-aft drama. Just slap it in and go. After two 40 plus mile rides, feels like the saddle I should have been riding from the beginning.
This is a great saddle. Similar to the Specialized per power saddle with a slightly wider nose and wider relief channel. For me personally I find this slightly more comfortable, but everyone's bum is different.
Certainly wins in the looks department.
After having the specialized power saddle for one season I switch to the pro carbon. The nose is a little longer with more support and overally slightly wider. Bigger cutout. For the price in carbon its also alot cheaper