Selle San Marco Concor Protek saddle review

Featherweight seating

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GBP £90.00 RRP
Selle San Marco Concor Protek saddle

Our review

Slimline looks and feathery weight, but comfortable with it
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The Concor shape has been around for a long time. It’s best known as a road saddle but the Protek adds abrasion-resistant silicone trim to the corners and tail to make it a bit more mountain bike friendly.


Underneath, a carbon-reinforced nylon shell and Selle’s titanium/carbon/silicon alloy rails contribute to a feathery sub-200g weight. But despite the Concor’s spectacularly low weight, it’s not totally minimalist. 

There’s detectable padding for a start, and while the Concor’s definitely more suited to experienced behinds, it’s perfectly fine for long rides. 

The shape is fairly flat along the top but with a usefully dropped nose and kicked-up tail. The Microfeel cover offers just the right amount of grip, allowing easy shifts in position without feeling skatey.


This article was originally published in Mountain Biking UK magazine.

Product Specifications


Name Concor Protek saddle (12)
Brand Selle San Marco

Description Rails: Xsilite Length: 276mm Width: 132mm
Weight (g) 197