As comfy as a couch: Venturing into the city, on a longer tour or through everyday life without seating discomfort.
Distributes the pressure perfectly and is easy on the back: Ideal for long tours with or without pedaling assistance
For riding enjoyably in a slightly inclined riding position. Our fitness series: Comfortable like a touring saddle, carries speed like a sports saddle.
Sporty and comfortable: for athletic laps on the E-MTB or Gravel bike
Maintaining racing speed without seat problems: Perfect for long road and mountain bike rides
The female anatomy
In addition to the external characteristics of the sitting area, the shape of the female pelvis also differs from that of the male pelvis. The female pelvis has a birth canal, which anatomically causes the pubic arches to be at a flat angle to each other. As a result, the cartilage junction between the two halves of the pelvis at the front (pubic symphysis) is very deep. In addition, women's pelvises tilt further forward than men's.
Sensitive genital area
The problem: Conventional saddles put a lot of pressure on a woman's external genitals. The reason for this is the low pubic symphysis, which, due to the high pelvic tilt, exerts a lot of pressure on the genital area, squeezing it between the pubic symphysis and the saddle surface.
Women-specific relief in the front saddle area
The solution: Terry women's saddles have a wide relief channel running out to the front. This takes the pressure off the genitals and reliably transfers it to the sit bones, which are significantly less sensitive to pressure.
Always the right saddle width
The distance between the sit bones varies from person to person. In order for the load of the upper body to be optimally distributed over the sit bones, the saddle must fit the individual pelvis - otherwise problems are inevitable. That is why Terry saddles are always available in two seat widths - for men and women.