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Easton EC90 Carbon Stem

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EC90 Carbon Stem Easton didn’t set outTo makeThe lightest stem inThe world. No,They set outTo makeThe lightest stem inThe worldThatTheyd feel good about you riding on or off road in any ‘normal’ circumstance.The new EC 90 SL stem weighs just 110-grams inThe 100mm lengthThanksToTheir exclusiveTaperWallTechnology and aTouch ofTitanium hardware. BecauseThey wantedTo be sureThe EC90 would never leave you wanting more when it cameTo handling or durability,They usedTheir proprietary

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