This saddle is both lightweight and extremely comfortable for what is essentially a stripped-down racing perch. If that wasn’t enough to convince you, it’s cheaper than chips, too.
One of the Genetix’s interesting features are the small holes in the hull which allow the padding to squeeze through when sat on. This, along with one of the most ﬂexible hulls in the entire test, helped make the Genetix feel much more cushioned than it really was, while never feeling like it was either spongy or wobbly.
Like the look/feel but want to lose 30g? Go for the titanium-railed rail version for another twenty quid.