Hello, I am having some saddle woes. I'll start by saying I cycle in somewhere between relaxed and fitness posture in normal clothes, not lycra and no chamois. Full disclosure: I have a bony behind. I bought a trek fx 3 recently that came equipped with a 170mm Bontrager nebula : https://www.evanscycles.com/bontrag...1051660:pla-307732051810&esvo=EV222813-160wcB K&esvaid=50080&gclid=Cj0KCQjwp_DPBRCZARIsAGOZYBR5M1R-8w78SjUERJDHkWuexpxi3lTqTZ3jKtsxqQE_H7Vh-pzxJ1UaAgaAEALw_wcB But I found it horribly uncomfortable and it rubbed against my thighs a lot. I put my old 145mm viscount saddle on and after adjustment got it comfy but this saddle is old and ripped and won't last much longer. It is more of a mountain bike saddle: https://m.ebay.co.uk/itm/Scott-Visc...VE-_fJ0jV_paGHoM&_trksid=p2489528.m4983.l8656 I got my backside measured at the bike shop (112-113mm) and ordered two saddles: Specialised lithia comp in 143 https://www.evanscycles.com/specialized-womens-lithia-comp-gel-EV180912 And Bontrager affinity in 134 https://www.kbcycles.com/product/pa...A3EzFN-0KZHo_qJ1TNnouw7E6mmGTsUUaAsbWEALw_wcB I'm trying the specialised first but have got off to a bad start. I feel like my sit bones are perched on concrete balls and are about to roll off the saddle and the deep valley in the middle is a little distracting. How do I know of this is too narrow for me? Also any other suggestions as I'm worried I'll never find a saddle within my budget (~£60) to suit me!