Chris Han from SDG introduces the 2011 SDG Storm All-Weather and Extreme Saddles at the Interbike 2010. The I-Fly Storm saddles were created on the long-time trick pros use when extreme conditions are present while racing. This was the gluing of tire treads on saddles for more traction and grip. SDG banks on this concept and came up with the Storm Saddles, specific to its purpose of being a saddle you can depend on to keep you seated in whatever weather condition you use it for.
The new saddles have side ribs and differs on the rubber knobs placement. The Extreme saddle mimics the tire tread more with horizontal placement across the saddle and larger concentration on the higher area of the saddle. The All-Weather saddle has circular knobs scattered strategically on the saddle surface.
Both saddles come with two set of seat clamps to make it compatible with regular posts and SDG’s I-Beam seatpost. All 2011 SDG Storm saddles also feature underside graphics for added aesthetic. Retail price would be around $100.