When you're riding a century through beautiful vineyards and scenic valleys, the last thing you want to worry about is an uncomfortable saddle. The ISM PR 2. 0 Saddle lets you focus on the scenery with a split cutout design that reduces pressure on sensitive nerves and tissues while fighting off uncomfortable numbness. At first glance, this saddle looks a bit odd with its blunt nose and split legs at the front, but rest assured that it's designed with your comfort in mind. ISM categorizes the PR 2. 0 as a Performance Recreation saddle, meaning it'll be right at home in a local race or chauffeuring you to the next stop on that wine country century. It features a bit more padding than ISM's race models to give day-long comfort in the saddle for whatever ride the day brings. For those of you looking to test the waters in a local triathlon, the ISM PR 2. 0 Saddle has some added features to lower the bar of entry. The extra padding will counter the thinner chamois found in most triathlon-specific shorts to keep you comfy during the bike leg, and a rear transition hook makes it easier to get your bike situated on the transition area rack whether you're setting it up before a race or coming in to T2.
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