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Best in class.
Profile Design's Aeria T4 Carbon Aerobar was voted Best in Class by Triathlete Magazine, a claim you take all the way to the finish line. The Aeria T4 is constructed with UCI-compliant aerodynamics, including integrated extension brackets that minimize drag while still being easy to adjust. The T4+ carbon extensions themselves have a 30° bend for a neutral wrist position, and short-reach wings have zero drop at the ends to give you superior cornering control.
31.8 mm clamp diameter. Claimed weight is 663 g.
- Armrest: F-35c Carbon Armrest w/ 7°± rotation adjustment
- Stack: 55mm-135mm
- Reach: -60mm, -45mm, -30mm or -10mm with the bracket flipped
- Extension Adjustment: 150mm-305mm
- Extension Drop: 0mm
- Width: 42cm (center to center)
- Armrest Width: 155mm-203mm
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