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  Randi Jo Fab grey Saddle Cover


Made in: Oregon

Availability: endo October eta
product code: S92


Randi Jo Saddle Covers

It fits on top, cups around the sides and snaps into place, and then there’s an underflap that protects the underside of your saddle from slimy road grimey water, if you’re out there in the rain with no fenders.

In general, we’re all for letting the leather hang out there and look good and age as it will. A coating of Obenauf’s protects it most of the time. BUT a super soaking on a long ride can kill your saddle for good, and so on any ride that’s wet or so long and hot that your butt sweat is likely to soak it, we recommend one of these.

Also, because it covers the leather, it makes your saddle slightly less attractive to saddle thieves, and they’re out there.

All in all, use one of these some or all of the time. Grey only. Goes with everything, and has cutaways for the saddlebag loops.

Two sizes:

- Narrow one is made to specifically fit Brooks B.17 and Flyer but it will probably fit most other saddles, too.
- Wider size fits Brooks B.66, B.67, B.67, B.72.

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Average Customer Review: 4 of 5 Total Reviews: 4   Write a review.

  4 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
Not overkill November 19, 2012
Reviewer: Koula Redmond from Jacksonville, FL United States  
If you live in a rainy area, or do CX, this seat cover is not overkill. It's perfect! I used this during a CX race, and my saddle was free of mud and grime. I also have used it during general commuting in misty/rainy conditions, and forgot I had it on the saddle, which is excellent. I've used the Brooks saddle cover before, and it actually does not fit my Brooks B17 as well as this does. This Randi Jo Fab cover also goes on a bit easier than the Brooks cover. Not to diss the Brooks cover-- just offering my comparison since I've used both covers.

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  2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
Probably closer to 4.5 September 24, 2012
Reviewer: John Tompson from Portland, OR United States  
I own a pair of the old green MUSA saddle covers and they are easier to install than this one.  But, this cover is better because it has more "overkill" to it -- I ride where in Oregon where it rains 8 months out of the year and I never ride my Brooks saddles uncovered, even in the summertime when it doesn't rain.  That it offers underneath protection is very thoughtful.

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  2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
Tailored fit and other nice things April 10, 2012
Reviewer: Ron Mc from Bulverde, TX United States  
My daughter and I have a B68 and B17 between us, and like our Randi Jo's seat covers.  Great weather covers and keep the bugs off when transporting the bikes.  
Her small handlebar/stem/seatpost/bar bags are also really handy.  My daughter has a Bartender on her stem and I have a M.U.T. on my extra-long quill (great use of space).  Perfect for handy items like cell phone, wallet, keys, extra water bottle...

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  4 of 5 people found the following review helpful:
Works but way over thought April 2, 2012
Reviewer: Patrick from Colorado  
Like any seat cover, this tucks nicely away between the rails and the seat until needed and it kept off the rain/sleet/snow on my recent bikepacking trip, both overnight and when riding.

The under-cover is overkill, at least for my fendered needs and adds to the fiddling needed to use it, but not by much.

Too soon to tell on longevity, though the nose ripped a bit trying to get it off because I'd left the side snaps snapped. My fault, but part of the whole over-thunked thing.

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