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Get down to business with ISM's PN 1.0 road and triathlon saddle with their signature nose-less design and performance narrow profile to make it easy to shift positions while riding and provide maximum thigh / hamstring clearance. With less padding than the PN 1.1 and titanium alloy rails, the PN 1.0 is sleeker and lighter for serious competition, but it features the same front arms which are curved slightly downward to facilitate forward hip rotation for efficient pedaling and comfort.
Ti alloy rails. 275 mm long x 110 mm wide. Available in multiple colors.
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One flaw...it is so comfortable I get sleepy on my long rides.
4 of 4 customers found this review helpful.
After using a few saddles I could never get a really comfortable one, which is distracting on a long ride. I tried this saddle as a last hope, and was overjoyed at the comfort. For the FIRST time, comfort is not a factor, and I can keep all my attention to other parts of the ride. I really lucked out this time.
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