For riders in search of pressure relief, the B17 Carved features a “registered cutting” which first appeared with Brooks saddles in the 1890s. Made in England.
- Commuting in the city
- Road cycling
- Travelling the globe
- Gravel & Bikepacking
- All weather conditions
- Central cut-out for pressure relief
- Laced saddle flaps added tension
- Durable, 5mm thick, Vegetable Tanned Leather
- Distinctive side stamp
- Iconic Brooks backplate
- Tubular steel rivets
I got the saddle as a birthday gift for my boyfriend and he would've been very happy with it were it not for a rebellious rivet on the side of the nose. It's raised a bit and looks likely to either snag on his skin or shorts and cause either a scratch or chafing. Is there anything you can do about this?