Deluxe model, copper-plated rails, large copper rivets.
The Professional series is most appropriate for vigorous cyclists who set their handlebars somewhat lower than their saddles. The leather is a bit thicker than other models, making the professional a little slower to break in, but making it the most durable model.
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This saddle is the only one I,ve come across that is comfortable. At first it was much better than anything else; I had tried about a dozen others. After ~1,800 miles breakin it was very comfortable. Use the little wrench to adjust it as needed. Eleven years later and 20k+ miles it is still looking and feeling great. I only do short rides (20-30 miles) using a touring bike on quiet country roads. 67 years old 3k miles a year
i've ridden enough synthetic saddles, and had enough tired butt to seek out a cure. now i, too, am a believer in the minimalism of the brooks leather saddle. the only downside, if it can called such, is the need to cover the saddle during rain (i use a plastic grocery bag); then again, if you're in rain on a bike, you'll have other things on your mind--and none of those things will include a sore butt.