The new Gen 2 saddle was designed specifically for tri bikes or road bikes with aero bars, many riders have found comfort in an aggressive position because of its elongated nose allowing for greater movement on the saddle.
The Gen 2 saddle has an extended range of adjustment, great pressure relief, and ultra-narrow design for no upper hamstring interference. It offers extra clearance for upper Hamstring clearance and a full front deep channel for extra pressure relief. The central cutout also greatly aids with cooling airflow to help keep the chamois area from staying too wet and causing chaffing.
A nice feature of the Gen 2 is Cobb's latest patent pending "convertible" rear water system mount. With this design, Cobb eliminates the hassle of needing several brackets, screws and clamps with its aerodynamically developed rear bracket. John Cobb spent several hours in the Texas A&M wind tunnel working out the best placement for the bottles, this positioning will generally give the lowest drag of any rear bottle system. The new system will mount either one or two bottle cages. The rear bracket also makes a great transition rack mount and has convenient slots for holding your flat repair kit. This bracket completely clears up the bottom side of the saddle making it cleaner for better airflow under the rider while allowing for much easier seat adjustments on the bike.