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Time for a saddle upgrade...

current saddle options:

  • Petzl Sequoia SRT

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  • Notch Sentinel

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • New tribe monkey beaver

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Other

    Votes: 0 0.0%

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  • Poll closed .
Meier Lawn and Tree Service

Meier Lawn and Tree Service

ArboristSite Lurker
Joined
Apr 10, 2015
Messages
35
Location
Grand Rapids, MI
Well, after a 10 (ish) year hiatus I finally started climbing again after my new climber started showing up whenever he wanted, and this puma saddle just isnt cutting it anymore...time for an upgrade! Now, at my local vermeer they had a few that i was able to put on...the notch sentinel and petzl sequoia srt seemed the most comfy, but in the magazine I just cant stop eyeballing the new tribe monkey beaver...all present options considered, i've got it narrowed down to these 3, but am open to new ones. Anyone have experience with the monkey beaver and/or the other 2? I'd love to hear a users comparison. I'm borrowing a buddies buckingham for a week or so and its better, but not several hundred dollars better...thanks in advance!

PS - i been working on my weight, but i weigh 220lbs. About 5 years ago i was sitting at 177 with almost nothing left to lose when i quit my gym membership. Figured that would be vital info in the comfort department!
 
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NWalk87

NWalk87

New Member
Joined
Jul 19, 2019
Messages
1
Age
33
Location
Athens, ga
Monkey Beaver is the ****ing jam. I can easily spend 8 hrs in saddle and it feels like nothing at all. great padding, excellent design. Worth every penny
 
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