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Avid cyclists know that a lot of time in the saddle can cause some, well, saddle sores. Fortunately there are now "anatomic relief" bike seats
designed to take the pressure off of your most sensitive areas. But guessing from the price—a man's saddle is $24.99 and a woman's saddle of the same brand and model is $39.99—manufacturers must think our lady bits are way more sensitive.
Is it worth it? I don't think anyone would recommend using a seat seat designed for the male anatomy so this is one price difference you're better off accepting.
Is it worth paying for pink? We break it down for you
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