I use an onyx and Saxx ballpark pouch underpants. No pinching, no digging. Before I bought Saxx, I got pinched occassionally. Thought that would be common to all saddles, but maybe not?... I've only ever used an onyx.The way the front of the bridge is designed, it made the leg pads ride up and dig in in the junk
I think the onyx is good, it just had issues that I feel the monkey beaver will not haveI use an onyx and Saxx ballpark pouch underpants. No pinching, no digging. Before I bought Saxx, I got pinched occassionally. Thought that would be common to all saddles, but maybe not?... I've only ever used an onyx.
Not sure why the web bridge would be a concern. I know the TA 3.2 isn't talked about much these days, but I usually grab it before I grab my MB. Just saying?I'm not quite sure how I feel about a webbing bridge like the TreeAustria has. The Glide is the only saddle I've ever worked in, so I would like to stick with a rope bridge.
What Swing said. I too am a skinny climber and the TreeMo light fits me like no other. It conforms to your hips/pelvis in a way no other saddle can accomplish.If you are a thin guy, the TM might be a good option. It really is a saddle that molds to your body.
not that I can see... I have both.. The Light is a back up/rescue ride.. The buckles on the non light version are a EPIC pain in the ass to adjust, think marlin spike and pliers.Okay. That's all really helpful. Thanks guys. Next question: I know there are different buckles on the S. Light, the big back pad is not stock on the s. Light, and the ring in the back is not rated for life support, but are there any other differences between the standard TM and the S. Light that I wouldn't know of? I tried each on for about 60 seconds each, and it seemed like there might have been more adjustability in the standard just because of the nature of the buckles?