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ISM PS 2.0
$189.88 - $229.88
The PS 2.0 is the updated version of the popular ISM "Road" saddle. It features 30-series foam and gel padding, and is ideal for triathlon, time trial, and road bikes. Similar to the other PS series saddles, the PS2.0 features a slight upward slope at the rear—providing superb hip support when your body is rotated forward in the aero position, or an aggressive road riding position. This tends to be preferred by athletes that don’t move around on the seat excessively while riding. They are a top choice for triathletes and time trialists who ride in the aerobars, or for flat courses in which the athlete likes to 'settle in' to one position and go. Like all ISM saddles, the PS2.0 is nose-less and designed to remove pressure from soft tissue, ensuring maximum blood flow, no genital numbness, and a healthier, more enjoyable ride. Key features: - Sloped rear section provides maximum hip support - Rear transition hook Commonly used for: - Triathlon bikes - Time Trial bikes Tech specs: - Category: Performance Short - Length: 245mm - Width: 130mm - Padding: 30-series Foam and Gel - Rails: Chromoly
ISM Adamo Podium Saddle
$219.99
Getting on the podium is easier aboard ISM's Podium Saddle! This unique seat boasts a split nose and a substantial cutaway that eliminates pressure for top comfort, while the large rear platform offers excellent support. There's also gel and lightweight foam padding for sweet cushioning and long titanium rails for finding the perfect fore/aft seat position and saving even more grams.
ISM Adamo Road Saddle
$149.99
ISM's Adamo Road Saddle delivers excellent support and comfort for road riding and also racing time trials and/or triathlons in the aero position. This unique seat has a split-nose design with a large cutaway to eliminate pressure and increase your pedaling efficiency. It has generous gel and foam padding for cushioning. You also get long chromoly rails for plenty of fore/aft adjustment, a spot for hooking the seat on the bike rack during triathlon transitions and this fine seat meets or exceeds the rules of road racing and triathlon too.
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