The PN 3.0 is the sleek new saddle that will take your ride to the next level. Starting from our Performance Narrow chassis, we used feedback from our professional athletes to make the next evolution in saddle design. With a slightly wider 120mm rear end and an updated shape, the PN 3.0 is so comfortable, it will “disappear” underneath you.
Similar to the other PN saddles, the PN 3.0 offerings superb thigh and hamstring clearance. This allows for more rider body movement around the seat, and is great for diving into fast corners.
Like all ISM saddles, the PN 3.0 is nose-less and designed to remove pressure from soft tissue, ensuring maximum blood flow, no genital numbness, and a healthier, more enjoyable ride.
ISM Saddles Design Philosophy
ISM seats are optimally shaped, and very different than typical bike seats.
Traditional seats are based on a century-old design, and are associated with discomfort, numbness, and a variety of medical problems.
ISM patented, anatomical design is nose-less and features two independent front arms. This results in superior blood flow, no numbness, and unprecendented comfort and performance. Enjoy the freedom ride a bike for fun and fitness, with no negative side effects.
ISM Saddle Installation Instructions:
These instructions intend to maintain your existing body position coordinates when installing an ISM seat for the first time.
1. ISM has eliminated the "nose" area of the seat, so they must be installed significantly further back than traditional seats - between 2 and 3 inches, or 5 to 8 centimeters further back. If the seat feels too wide at the front, move it further back. Setback should be measured with a tape measure from the front of the seat to a static object such as the bikes handlebar.
2. Due to the way that ISM saddles sit within your pelvis, they must be placed slightly lower than traditional seats - approximately 1/4", or 5mm. This should be measured from the top of the saddle to the ground, using a tape measure. Lowering the ISM seat maintains your original body height.
3. Set seat angle. Most riders perfer ISM seats to be set up with the front arms parallel to the ground, or at a very slight downward angle (1-2 degrees). Make sure that all bolts are tightened to manufacturers' specifications, and that the bicycle is in safe riding condition. If in doubt, take the bicycle to a qualified professional mechanic.