TreeMotion for small waist?

27RMT0N

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Location
WA
I've got an s.light as well and overall it is a great saddle but getting it on and off is my biggest complaint, I also struggle with that strap a bit. I don't have a lot of hours on it so maybe it will get easier as it breaks in, but a trick I saw on someone's video is to use a min-biner. Works great and still stays totally secure in my experience. It just lives there all the time, provides something solid to pull on when loosing the strap without any abrasion.

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Christrees

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Location
New York
Yeah good idea. I'm hoping these suspenders I have coming will make it so I don't need it so tight. Anything bigger than my 201 my saddle will start to sag. Or I'll have to have it so tight I can barley breathe
 

rico

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Location
redwoods
Remember that the Treemo is to be ridden below the hips.. When taking it off simply pull it up above the hips, which put slack into the waist belt ,and eazy parcheezy, she loosen right up...

The waist adjustment on the S.light will also significantly loosen up after the saddle is broken in... I believe DSMc has a little trick with helping to make the waist belt adjustment easier... I would PM him for details...The man is a wealth of knowledge, an all around good dude, and a gentleman and a scholar too boot.
 
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Christrees

Active Member
Location
New York
Man got my moneybeaver suspenders...they are fucking awesome and comfortable. Supposed to do a side job tomorrow if I don't get rained out. So I'll be able to put em in action. Easy as fuck to setup also. Definitely worth the $100 no doubt
 

dsptech

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Location
North East
Man got my moneybeaver suspenders...they are fucking awesome and comfortable. Supposed to do a side job tomorrow if I don't get rained out. So I'll be able to put em in action. Easy as fuck to setup also. Definitely worth the $100 no doubt
Get some pics of it on ya.
 

Dan Cobb

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Location
Hoover
I've got an s.light as well and overall it is a great saddle but getting it on and off is my biggest complaint, I also struggle with that strap a bit. I don't have a lot of hours on it so maybe it will get easier as it breaks in, but a trick I saw on someone's video is to use a min-biner. Works great and still stays totally secure in my experience. It just lives there all the time, provides something solid to pull on when loosing the strap without any abrasion.

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I put a tiny little carabiner (wouldn't even trust it with my keys) on my harness the other day, as shown. Works like a champ. Thanks.
 

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