Koobi Tri Stratus
The TRI Stratus has a generious amount of soft + Gel padding with a generious relief area . For max comfort & max soft tissue relief. Ti Alloy rails. Only 289 grams. soft + gel padding. 160 mm width Reg: $199.95
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 The TRI Stratus, soft as a cloud, weighs in at 288 grams and has a generous amount of softer padding plus gel. It is ideal for triathletes who want maximum padding and maximum soft tissue relief. Reg. $199.95. Tri Stratus--as in the cloud. It has 20% softer density foam padding and 16% greater volume of padding than our original Tri saddle. Soft & plush, Ti rails, 288 grams, 160mm/6 1/8 inch width, maximum relief area width.

 Triathletes exceeding 200 pounds are encourged to choose the 15% stonger Mang or FeC rail.
 

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Wannabe triathlete
Stan (Boca Raton Fl) 9/17/2011 12:21 PM
This is now my 7th saddle including the Typhoon ISM. I now have close to 150 miles on this seat and it seems to fit me the best so far. The main benefit for me is the narrow nose of this saddle, less rubbing. I tilt it down about 5 degress. Cushioning could never be enough for me. I gave this saddle 5 stars seems well built and when I inquired over the phone the person answering was helpful and knowledgeable.
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All-purpose saddle
Anonymous (Unknown) 4/29/2009 2:47 PM
I've finally found the one saddle that meets all my needs! I've got a Koobi Tri stratus on my touring and Tri bikes, and a regular Koobi Tri on my road race bike. I've been through about 8 different saddles from almost that many manufacturers, and Koobi seems to be the only one that really fits my wider-than-normal sit bone spacing. Love it!
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Road saddle of choice
Anonymous (Unknown) 10/1/2008 5:30 PM
Full length perineal relief is excellent. I would like it to be narrower in back.