Identify your Saddle
Each Kent & Masters saddle has a size and model stamp on the flap. Use this guide to help you decipher the codes:
The two (or three) digits are the seat size.
These might come before or after the letters. In earlier saddles the ½ symbol is used.
155 = 15½"
165 = 16½"
175 = 17½"
The letters point to the saddle model
PLEASE NOTE: Unless specified below, the codes do not distinguish between S-Series and Original ranges
The stamps do not identify year of manufacture, but where ranges have been recently introduced or discontinued (or codes have changes) we have pointed this out to give you an idea of the saddle’s possible age
This stamp will not be able to give a precise age, but the style of stamp changed around mid 2016 when the codes were swapped from large digits and letters (above or left) to smaller ones (below or right). If the code on the flap is the larger style, the saddle is likely to be from earlier than mid-2016.