There are more saddles on the market than I haver had hot dinners. It is the same with shoes, and I am fairly sure that 90% of the shoes on the market would give me personal discomfort if I was to buy them and be on my feet with them all day the next day after purchase. But, with the shoes I can mitigate against getting blisters etc. by wearing a comfy pair of socks.
You need to look into wearing a comfy pair of shorts for your longer rides to get around any saddle comfort problems. There is no Holy Grail of comfortable saddle. Having said that, a couple of decades ago it was realised that you need a groove in the middle, so your sit-bones are supported, not the blood veins that go to your man-hood.
You may also want to look into the simpler saddle designs that do not have lots of stitching and some resilience against scuffing when the bike is parked up against a wall.
In 90% of cases 90% of saddle comfort comes from having the saddle in the middle of the rails with the top of the saddle exactly level, the nose pointing exactly forward.
Ask what they recommend in your local bike shop and maybe pretend to be wanting to buy a road bike so you can test ride a few contemporary saddles. Then disappoint the sales guy by saying 'I will take just the saddle...'.