WTB’s Volt saddle is a great example of why understanding saddle width is key in order to find what saddle will be most comfortable for you. Bike seats are a key component to get correctly sorted! I ride a WTB Volt 135 Carbon on my Ripley LS, and a WTB Volt 142 Team on my Ripmo. The shapes of the different levels (Carbon vs Team vs Pro, etc) are the same, however, selecting a different width will indeed alter the fit characteristics.
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