Easton EA50 Seatpost

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MSRP : $53.49

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Product Description

Easton has all the bases covered with their component line-up. From the lustful EC90 parts to the workhorse EA30 series. The Easton EA50 seatpost saves you some money while satisfying your performance needs.One-piece seatposts are necessary for any rider above the recreational stage, and the EA50 is Easton's most affordable one-piece model. By forging the shaft and lower part of the clamp out of one piece of aluminum, there is no weak spot—just a solid, stiff support for your cycling adventures. The Easton EA50 seatpost also shares Taperwall Technology with it's more expensive cousins, which helps to keep strength high while minimizing weight. A two-bolt clamp makes adjusting saddle tilt a cinch, and provides a secure attachment for your saddle. Features Actual weight 325 grams (30.9 x 400 mm) One-piece 2014 Aluminum post 10 mm offset Taperwall TEchnology Two-bolt infinitely adjustable clamp

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Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:5
Submitted by shupack a Weekend Warrior

Date Reviewed: September 10, 2013

Strengths:    10x better than the bontrager that came stock. Looks good, simple saddle tilt adjustment. Lighter than my last post.

Weaknesses:    I'm comparing it to a bontrager, so it might not actually be all that great. Like comparing ritz to saltines....

Bottom Line:   
Noticeably lighter than my old post, much easier to adjust, looks better and should have Easton's standard strength, what more could you ask for in a seat-post?

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Duration Product Used:   1 week

Purchased At:   trade

Similar Products Used:   Bontrager OEM supplied brick.

Bike Setup:   Trek Fuel 90

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