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Easton
EA50 Offset Seatpost

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A whole new look and even lower price.

Like last year's model, the simple two-bolt head offers a secure clamp with easy adjustability. EA50 Aluminum is slightly heavier than its pricier counterparts yet offers rock solid durability, and the 10mm setback is a nice middle ground to fit most riders.

The EA50 is available in 27.2, 30.9 and 31.6mm diameters, 350mm length.

 

Length: 350 mm

 

Min Insertion: 79 mm

 

Setback: 10 mm

 

Clamp Type: Two Bolt 

 

Material: EA50 Aluminum 

 

Made in: Taiwan 

27.2 x 350mm

Weight: 320 grams

Seatpost Clamp: 27.2 mm

Seatpost Type: Rigid 

30.9 x 350mm

Weight: 325 grams

Seatpost Clamp: 30.9 mm

Seatpost Type: Rigid 

31.6 x 350mm

Weight: 325 grams

Seatpost Clamp: 31.6 mm

Seatpost Type: Rigid 

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good post
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by ilbyk58
Cycling Enthusiast
Illinois
3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

Nothing fancy just a simple post, adjustment is made by the tension of the front or rear bolt. Good post for the money, I use it on my mtb.

Reviewed 10/1/2012
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High end adjustments without the high end price.
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
1 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

I'm a fan of the two bolt, frontback, adjustment on seat posts. This is often only found expensive seat posts. This is a great combo of the two bolt adjustment setup on a mid-range post.

Reviewed 3/29/2013
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