This carbon-railed version of Prologo’s popular Scratch Pro shaves weight and adds comfort to offer a saddle ﬁt for some of the ProTour’s most famous rear ends.
The Scratch Pro Nack’s round design features extra padding, particularly on the nose, compared to Prologo’s ﬂatter Nago Evo saddle – one of our tester’s regular seats. This translates into greater comfort for heavier riders, but the sacriﬁce is a slight increase in inner thigh rub, due to the larger front end.
Prologo claim that comfort is further increased by the injection of carbon ﬁbre into the saddle’s base, and while this is difﬁcult to prove, the underside combination of a ﬂexible enough base and those featherlight carbon rails did help take the bumps out of some of the roughest roads.
If you’re looking for a saddle that will provide a high level of comfort without sacriﬁcing a racing spec (the weight difference between this and the Nago is less than 10g) or looks, the Scratch Pro will ﬁt the bill.