I need some help understanding tree widths for Amerigo saddles. I'm accustomed to hearing narrow, med/narrow, medium, med/wide, and wide..... But when shopping for Amerigos, I see 4 + 1.5, etc. Can anyone translate?
Med = 0 (or more typically, it says nothing at that point in the serial number)
MW = +1.5
Wide = +2.5
You can guess what medium-narrow and narrow are, right?
While we're on this topic, the flap notation is
N = normal flap, NOT narrow tree as many people misinterpret it to mean
L = long flap
XL = extra long
I've actually never seen an Amerigo short flap but I know they do make one. I assume it says "S" but like I said, never seen one with my own eyes.
Last edited by jn4jenny; Jan. 31, 2011 at 09:38 AM.
Resident COTH saddle nerd. (CYA: Not a pro, just a long-time enthusiast!)
Thanks so much!