Brookshield

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Meet BrookShield, the mudguard of your wet dreams. With a superb fit and extended reach, it sits perfectly on your BROOKS saddle.
  • Not only does it save your ass from the wet stripe, it also function as a protector of the leather saddle which otherwise can easily be destroyed by the notorious road spray from your back wheel.

    Although developed especially for BROOKS saddles, it also provides a good fit for other similar "old style" leather saddles such as IDEALE, BLB Mosquito to name a few. Choose your BROOKS model from the the drop list above. Does not fit coil spring saddles. For Cambium C17 and C15, please use ASO-3, ASE-1 or ASW-1.
  • Material: 100% recyclable Polypropylene
    Weight: 18 grams
    Measures: 330 x 165 mm
    Made in Sweden



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WHAT REAL PEOPLE THINK:
4.3 out of 5, based on 17 reviews
Arno from The Hague on Aug 13, 2014
After I ordered the wrong version (needed the wide, ordered the narrow) I contacted Ass Savers about my mistake. Their service was quick and excellent! Today I made my first ride with the Ass Saver after it had rained. It worked perfectly, keeping my double B clean (bum and backpack).
David Henderson from Glasgow on Jun 09, 2014
Fits my Brooks Colt like a dream, got a right soaking on the commute home today and my ass was saved. I wish I had got one sooner as I can't fit full mud guards on my frame and this would have made wet weather commuting less of a pain.
Bruno Santos from Cambridge, UK on Apr 28, 2014
My road bike does not allow for mudguards so when I saw this one it seemed like the perfect solution. When I got it it was easy to install but I hadn't the chance to try it on wet weather. I am also disappointed to see it offers almost no protection to the saddle. Leather saddles do not cope well with wet weather so I was hoping this would stop the water reaching the bottom of the saddle but it is clear this won't be the case. Overall it is a good product but it's usage is limited
Response from Ass Savers
Apr 30, 2014
Hi Bruno,
Just checking with you so that you installed it correctly. The top tounge should be bent down and snapped between the back rails. (http://vimeo.com/59237516) This way it should stop a significant amount of the spray hitting the saddle. Just like with the Ass Savers main function, it's not meant as complete protection but it should at least take away the worst.
Cheers
Staffan
Heikki from Tampere, Finland on Mar 31, 2014
Brookshield fits perfectly to my B17. Easy to put in place and it really does its job!
mitch from boulder, co on Mar 15, 2014
I ordered a pack of three direct from Ass-Savers. I got the shipment pretty quickly. Installation of the Brookshield on my Brooks Swift saddle was a bit tedious at first, but got easier with practice. I still haven't figured out how to store the fender under the saddle. Seems impossible, unless I'm missing something here. It would be nice to use it as protection for the leather under the saddle like advertised. I still need to test it out on a ride though.
Michael from Budapest on Mar 06, 2014
Keeping my ass and my saddle dry in a drizzly Gotham winter. Worth every centime!
Zak from Orlando FL, US on Mar 05, 2014
Awesome product. Ride all day with it on without it being in the way. Take it out when the rain starts and it's a legitimate fender. Thanks ass savers you saved my ass
James DeFries from Tennessee, USA on Feb 13, 2014
Cannot find these on any websites state side so I ordered straight from Sweden. They showed up pretty quick and I love them. They fit my Surly and B17 Brooks perfectly. It's pretty cold and nasty right now but next week I will ride three days come rain or shine. My ass saver is on and ready to go. Fits just right, and cannot wait to ride next week.
Fixie from The Hague, Netherlands on Feb 13, 2014
In the land of rain showers and best Olympic skaters an ass saver is what I looked for. My Ciclo Maestro Milano fixie is also happy that her ass looks funny with the ass saver. It was a bit of a try out to get the ass saver properly fixed but after a few attempts it worked out just fine. My ass is safe and so could be yours. Just buy this product when you own a Brook B17 saddle..
Arthur den Haan from Gouda, Netherlands on Jan 25, 2014
I have grown very fond of my Team Pro Titanium; the only weak point is that it will suffer from too much moisture i.e. water thrown up from beneath. The Brookshield (the name alone...) fits like a glove and protects exactly those areas of the saddle that used to suffer the most. When it poors, I fit a regular mudguard, but for all those times that the roads or tracks are merely wet, it is ideal. Saving my ass? I don't care too much, but ideal to give my ass-support that little protection!
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