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The ENVE Melee Aero Seatpost features an all-new D-shaped aero Kamm tail design with ENVE's patented twin-bolt saddle rail clamp design.


  • 275mm or 350mm length
  • Minimum insertion of 75mm
  • 0 or 20mm setback
  • Compatible with 7x7, 7x9, or 7x10mm saddle rails
  • Fits ENVE Melee frames
  • 161/186/199g
  • Carbon post, titanium hardware

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Seatpost Type: Rigid 

275mm x 0mm offset

Setback: 0 degrees

Mfg PartNum: 300-1033-011 

350mm x 0mm offset

Mfg PartNum: 300-1033-010 

Setback: 0 degrees

350mm x 20mm offset

Setback: 20 mm

Mfg PartNum: 300-1033-012 


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by T. Phillips
Competitive Racer
Eastern NC
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Purchased an Enve Melee after a high speed crash destroyed my S-Works Tarmac. Sz 52, 40cm bars, 100mm stem, built up with SRAM Red AXS with a Quarq power meter. Rolling on Carolina 50mm wheels, Industry 9 hubs and GP 5000 TL 28mm tires. I currently have approximately 400 miles on it both trainer and outside. If I compare it to my Tarmac the geometry is almost exactly the same, matter of fact, the only difference is a 4mm longer top tube and about 150gms heavier.

This thing is stiff...but in the right places. I think that is mostly a function of my going from QR skewers to thru axles. Fully built it's about 1.5lbs heavier than my Tarmac but I went from rim brake 11 speed to disc brake 12 speed and I think that is the main reason. It doesn't feel like it has the same snappiness as my Tarmac did when climbing but all out sprinting and cornering at speed I don't notice a difference.

My only complaint if I had one is that it is only available in one color. I typically build my own bikes because I don't want anyone to have the same bike I do and with only a single paint color that significantly increases the odds I will see another that is at least similar.

Long story short, I don't have any regrets and I am happy with my purchase, would definitely buy it again and recommend the Melee to the serious cyclist!!

Reviewed 1/27/2023
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Does the job just cumbersome
by Anonymous

The enve post head makes this post kinda cumbersome but it seems to flex in the right spots and though it's D shaped it is at least strait so as long as your saddles rails are strait you are good to go.

Reviewed 12/25/2023
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