The ISM Adamo Breakaway Bicycle Saddle boasts a narrow transition from the front to the back, which allows for excellent rider body movement, whilst the long central channel provides comfort in a slack position. With foam and gel padding which provides a comfortable and supportive surface for you to sit on, the research-proven design helps to minimise discomfort and prevent the restriction of blood flow. - L.M.
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I've been cycling for many many years and using a few different saddles over that time. Recently, and totally out of the blue, my perrinium became bruised whilst cycling and I had to quickly sort this out or give up cycling, as using the same saddle was becoming impossible and just repeated the bruising episode. I saw some reviews of this saddle and decided to give it a go. SO glad I did. within the next ride, my bruising did not reappear and hasn't since. I've been communiting to work on my hilly 14 mile route each way, been to Spain and on one day climbed twice the height of Ventoux and not a single pain. To say I'm pleased is an understatement. Don't be put off by the apparent cheapness of the packaging, just get that saddle on and get used to the unusual riding position - it won't take long to get used to. No sight of numb nuts, no bruising either. You may notice that it feels like your legs are being displaced at first as the saddle is a little wider at the front than normal - don't worry, just adjust your position and slide forward a little until you feel engaged with the saddle. This saddle saved my cycling :-)
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