Depending on your somatotype we can recommend a Fabric saddle that best suits your bone structure. We’ve made it is easy to find your own somatotype; simply enter your wrist circumference (cm) and your height (cm) below. This then creates a percentage that indicates which somatotype you are, and helps you find your next perfect saddle.
So your wrist is more important than such factors as your, um, scranus? Wow. I had to look this up.
J.E.L. Carter said:
Ten anthropometric dimensions are needed to calculate the anthropometric somatotype: stretch stature, body mass, four skinfolds (triceps, subscapular, supraspinale, medial calf), two bone breadths (biepicondylar humerus and femur), and two limb girths (arm flexed and tensed, calf).