Consult with the mystics.
With a name like the Mistica, you might think that Fizik turned to their staff Shaman to solve the problem of a Triathlon-specific saddle that's simultaneously comfortable and high-performance. The truth is, Fizik looked inward and built off the success of their Tritone saddle, taking the lessons they learned there and blending it with their renowned research and development, creating what they believe is the ultimate Triathlon saddle.
Starting with the stubby, noseless shape that most triathletes are familiar with, this shape allows comfort and pure performance in the aero tuck position required for your fastest triathlon cycling leg times. The Mistica takes the tried and true shape and adds in a channel, enabling better weight distribution across the sit bones, with added pressure relief over sensitive areas.
Underneath the thermo-welded Microtex lining and foam padding, a carbon reinforced nylon shell with a redesigned carriage kit is more versatile and easy to install. The extra long K:ium alloy rail allows for maximum adjustment fore and aft to promote the perfect aero riding position, meeting the needs of even the most sensitive fit data.
The Fizik Mistica Kium Saddle is also available in a Carbon railed version.
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Like this better then my ISM
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I use the Fizik Antares on my road bike figured I would give this saddle a try for my TT bike. The ISM was to wide in the nose for my liking. This saddle took a little getting used to positioning is very crucial but ended up loving the saddle. Really like the fact that Fizik has integrated saddlebag locks for both saddles. Love it would recommend it to anyone give it a try.
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