Easton Haven Carbon Seatpost

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Haven Carbon Easton is pretty enthusiastic aboutTheir Haven Carbon seatpost. Developed as part ofTheir new Haven All Mountain group,This new post whispersToThe scales at just 240-grams (31.6 diameter x 400mm length), but exceedsThe strength of heavier aluminum posts. How so?TaperWall design puts justThe right amount of material where it’s needed and RAD (Relief Area Design) helpsTo ensureThatThe Haven post can be clamped securely without harming its carbon shaft. Finish: UD Matte carbon

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