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Brooks Saddles B17 标准自行车车座
- BROOKS ENGLAND 的扁平模型 - B17 是长途旅行、徒步旅行、MTB 或公路骑行的理想选择。
- ENGLAND 手工制作 - 由熟练的工匠制造，在地球上使用传统技术和*优质的可素鞣革。
- 终身舒适 - B17 随着时间的推移贴合您的身体，就像细葡萄* - 这款马鞍随着年龄变得更好。
- 原创皮革沙发 - 通常被蒙过，*复制，这款简约而优雅的设计是原装皮革马鞍。 不要被浸泡在尿片上，这正是您寻找的马鞍。
- 放心购买 - Brooks 提供 10 年制造商保修
Classic. Lifetime Comfort, Shapes to Your Body, Cool in Hot
The Classic range includes many of our best selling models for the modern cyclist, since all saddles have single rails and are thus compatible with micro-adjust seat posts. The B17 is the most popular saddle in the Brooks Classic range. It is certainly the oldest Brooks model and longest living saddle in cycling history. This icon has been sold as far back as 1896 and for over a century never went out of production. Many of these models are available also in the Aged and Imperial lines.
Brooks England B-17 Standard
Made In England
The B17 is Brooks England's Flagship model, ideal for long distance sports touring, trekking and mtb use. It has been on the market for over 100 years, being featured in as early as the 1898 Brooks England's Catalog . The model is available for gents and ladies: the B17 (gents) and B17 S (ladies). The Standard models feature black steel rails, the B17 Special features copper plated steel metalwork, and the B17 Titanium. Both the B17 Special and the Titanium also feature hand hammered copper rivets.
Quality Craftsmanship since 1866
Over almost a century and a half, Brooks England has grown from a small workshop to a byword in quality craftsmanship. Back in 1865, John Boultbee Brooks left his hometown of Hinckley in Leicestershire with just £20 in his pocket.
He headed for Birmingham, where in 1866 he established a business in horse harnesses and general leather goods in Great Charles Street under the name JB Brooks & Co. In 1878, the unfortunate death of Mr Brooks’ horse led to a stroke of inspiration. Unable to afford another horse, he borrowed a bicycle in order to commute to work. He found the seat so uncomfortable that he vowed to do something about it.
On 28 October 1882, Mr Brooks filed his first saddle patent. Waddling cyclists everywhere rejoiced and the new product was a roaring success.
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Is it hard? Yes...at first.
Is it 'made' for everybody? Like anything that has a 'fit,' probably not.
I don't keep track of miles, but I've had this for about 8 months [riding 40 minutes each way to work, 5 - 6 days a week] and it began feeling comfortable after about a month and a half. At first, I had sharp nerve pain on one side, but once the seat position was adjusted that pain went away and never returned.
I'm 5'4"-ish [female], average weight and the men's B17 works for me. I'm more slim-hipped than most women, so it probably wouldn't be for every female. For me, it's well worth every penny. I had been using cushy seat covers for years--cheaper in the short term, but they slip and slide plus the gel gets wonky after a few months. Why not put that time on the bike in custom forming a great leather saddle that [over time] molds to *your* individual bum?
Oh well. Best saddle for a bike at about the wholesale price? Cha-ching! Not my first Brooks, so I have the wrench already. Looking forward to this one out living the old bike, and being perfectly broken in on the next one.
If you have never owned one of these... The beak in process is a big commitment; but super worth it. Easier than wearing wet jeans until they fit IMHO. That's ridiculous. Buy the official Proofhide conditioner, or a good product intended for baseball gloves. Nokona is what I use. Rub it in. Ride it. Add a little more occasionally. Sweating is okay if you keep it conditioned. But don't get leather wet. Rain covers exist. Get one if you commute. That's what ultimately killed my ~7 year old saddle.
Don't get them wet. Don't feed them after midnight!
I have been rebuilding an old touring bike and needed a saddle for it. Since the Team Pro worked so well I decided to order another Brooks saddle. My only fault (sort of) with the Team Pro is that there are no eyelets nor other good way to tie a tool bag to the seat. So, I ordered a B17 Imperial in standard width and brown color. Dimensions are very similar to the Team Pro but the frame has eyelets for my toolbag. One of the first things that I noticed is that the leather on the B17 is noticeably thinner than the leather on the Team Pro. That makes the seat a bit more flexible and I guess it will be "broken in" a bit quicker than the other saddle. As with the first saddle, it was comfortable from the first time I sat on it. That makes the break in time a non-issue for me.
I am very pleased with both of my Brooks saddles. They are a bit more comfortable for me than the "men's anatomic saddles" that I had been using previously. There have been no perineal issues for me which can make a huge difference in whether a saddle works for long hours on the bike or not. I would not hesitate to buy another one in the future.