Specialized Romin Evo Pro saddle review

The Specialized Romin Evo turns out to be saddle Utopia for one picky reviewer

Specialized Romin Evo Pro
Cycling Weekly Verdict

An incredibly well designed saddle. The length works well for performance orientated riders who want to move their weight around as the effort dictates, and the cut out provided plenty of relief. Personally, my only regret is that it took me so long to discover this saddle.

Reasons to buy
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    Cut out

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    Soft cover

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    Carbon rails

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    Width options

Reasons to avoid
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    Marketing this as a men's saddle means it took me too long to discover it

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The Specialized Romin Evo Pro was selected for an Editor's Choice award in 2020. This year's list contains 78 items which scored a 9 or 10/10 with our tech team - this gear is the best of the best, and has received the Cycling Weekly stamp of approval. 

Name a (women's) saddle and the likelihood is that I've tried it. Whilst I've never had major surgery requiring issues, I've also never really been able to find a perch that ticks all the boxes. The result? Constant shuffling, which I'm sure has been almost as annoying for anyone on my wheel as it has been for me. Good news: the Specialized Romin Evo appears to have put an end to my shufflebum antics.

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