Since 1999, the UCI has set restrictions on how far forward the saddle nose could sit on racers' saddles. The end result of this has been a generation of triathletes and time trialists perched on the narrow tip of a traditional saddle to get the most out of a flat time trial. Such a position is fast but not overly healthy for those tender nether areas. ISM solves that issue with the ISM Attack Saddle and its signature stocky nosed, split fork design. This saddle may look weird, but it's highly functional in a time trial position. The blunted nose and cutout split gives a much better platform than traditional pointy nosed saddles when you're on the rivet and eeking out power. Combined with a moderate level of padding similar to ISM's Breakaway and Road saddles, the Attack's signature design reduces pressure on soft tissue areas and fights numbness so you can focus on splits. The ISM Attack Saddle differs slightly from the rest of ISM's saddles with an extra narrow, 110mm rear width that allows for a multitude of positions for all types of riders. Get on the nose for the flat sections and scoot back in the saddle for the climbs without worrying about hamstring and thigh clearance for a fast and comfortable ride every time you clip in.
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