Suggest a modern 'narrow' saddle

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
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dadoflam08
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by dadoflam08

Looking for a really narrow saddle with good clearance for big legs - I find the old Brooks Swallow a comfy saddle but want something contemporary - any suggestions for things to look at?
The Swallow has a fairly long narrow nose and flares out fairly quickly to a wide 'seat'
Many thanks
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by cyclenutnz

Cobb HC170 - narrow with thigh glides and fairly light (this is WW afterall)
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by eric

Specialized makes the Toupe Pro in 130mm.

There's not much padding but the shell has some flex.

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by jpanspac

Check out the Kontact saddles. I just got one and like it a lot so far.
My favorite components are the ones I never have to think about.

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by Tam

Modern San Marco Concors?

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