What seat size do I need?

Consider your height, weight, body type, and the type of saddle you are used to when choosing the right seat size for your riding needs. Our saddle seats typically fit a bit smaller than some saddles because of all the great Gel-Cush™. Our average seat size is 16.5″ and usually accommodates medium height riders from 150 to 190 lbs. The 15.5″ seat fits small riders usually less than 150 lbs. The 17.5″ seat fits taller riders or larger than 190 lbs. The 18.5″ seat works well for the very tall and/or larger riders. The Montreal Royal Trooper seat measures 17.5 and 19.5.

Due to the suspended seat and padding in Tucker saddles, the tree size measures larger than the seat size.  No horn saddles are 1” longer than the seat size, horned saddles are ½” larger than the seat size.  Example: The T60 is built on a 17” tree in order to create a 16.5” seat.

Seat sizing tip: a little extra room in the seat is recommended over a seat that’s too snug.

Click this link to view the Seat Sizing Guide: 2016-TuckerSeatSizingGuide-.jpg (792 downloads)


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