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|Easton EA70 Offset Seatpost
Carbon is here to stay, but aluminum still remains the top choice of cockpit componentry by many of world's best cyclists. The reasons vary, but the one that we hear the most often is that aluminum provides a sense of security and dependability that can't be replicated with carbon. When you start...
|Easton EC70 Offset Seatpost
Easton's new EC70 Offset Seatpost was designed for those who prefer a slight amount of offset built into their carbon posts. The lightweight seatpost was constructed with the same overall monocoque carbon technique as the flagship EC90, except for the offset clamp assembly. Other than that, you...
|Easton EC70 Zero Offset Seatpost
Easton delivered on all fronts with its new EC70 Zero Offset Seatpost. It's a lightweight and compliant carbon post that's been designed for riders seeking the versatility provided through a neutral two-bolt post design. The seatpost was constructed with the same overall monocoque carbon...
|Easton EC90 Zero Offset Seatpost
With composite technology continually being pushed to the limits, we're always on the verge of the next component boasting a 'lighter and more aerodynamic' design than was previously thought possible. And while we're all for these attributes that seemingly dominate our current world of cycling,...
|Easton Haven Zero Offset Seatpost
Before carbon, Easton wrote the book on aluminum components and those roots are what give the Haven Zero Offset Seatpost its respectable weight and incredible strength. Constructed from 7000 series aluminum using Easton's Taperwall technology, this post places material where it's needed most, and...
|Enve Zero Offset Seatpost
Imagine if Robert Mangold and Eames teamed up to design a seatpost -- the result would look a great deal like the Enve Zero Setback Seatpost. Its sleek, minimal design hides a subtle sophistication that begs to be admired and needs to be mounted. Renowned for its accelerated advancements in...