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ISM Seat Adamo Attack Saddle
ISM Seat Adamo Attack Saddle
ISM Seat Adamo Attack Saddle

ISM Seat
Adamo Attack Saddle

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In 1997 Steve Toll was inspired to redesign the bike saddle after a painful ride. The fruit of this effort is Ideal Saddle Modification™ (ISM), which has been dubbed the most comfortable saddle in the world. To achieve this, ISM saddles are nose-less and feature a significant cutout to encourage riders to sit with their weight on their sit bones rather than soft tissue and maximize blood flow to key body parts. Since their creation, these saddles have won Ironmans, Olympic medals, and podiumed at professional road races.

The Adamo Attack Saddle from ISM is purely performance oriented. It is narrower than any of ISM's other saddles (110mm) for improved body movement, and the size of the center channel has been increased to further improve blood flow. Titanium rails reduce weight and like all their race saddles it is UCI legal.

The Adamo Attack Saddle is available in Black. 270 x 110mm.

Discount Codes are not applicable to Closeouts.

ISM Seat PN 1.1 Saddle
A newer version of this product is available.
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Very comfortable after getting used to the different configuration
by Bicycle Norm
Cycling Enthusiast
Columbus, OH

I had an ISM Prologue before. The Attack is noticeably narrower than the Prologue, which was causing some shafing regardless of the amount of chamois crime I was putting on. I haven't had this problem with the ISM Attack. It is used on a TT bike for training and competing in triathlons - mostly Olympic distance (40 k). If you have used a conventional saddle before, it will take you a while to get adjusted to an ISM saddle. But the reduced pressure on the scrotum is noticeable and very welcome.

Reviewed 5/18/2015
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by Anonymous
Competitive Racer
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I used the Adamo Breakaway for years but after that saddle began to breakdown I new I had to replace it. I first tried the PN 1.1 and after a few rides determined that it was just way too soft for me. It almost felt like I was sinking into the saddle, which I really didn't like. Tried out the Attack and by the second ride, loved it. Really like the shape of the saddle compared to the breakway. I like that sides are not as wide and do notice a difference when I am positioned further back on the saddle. The description on the adamo site say it's one of their firmest saddles, but in reality it's not that bad. Maybe I am just used to riding a firmer saddle but I have been fine with the Attack during 4 hour rides in tri shorts, and have not problem getting back on the bike the following day to ride again.

Get it you'll like it.

Reviewed 5/7/2015
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