Weight: 219g/Length: 350mm/Diameter 27.2, 30.9, 31.6mm/Lifetime warranty
Loosening the front or rear bolt and then tightening the opposite one tilts the saddle clamps up or down — it’s a simple system and is used on plenty of seatposts, but the downside is there’s almost no layback, which isn’t good for a post designed for cross-country racing. The ends of the threads can also contact the bottom of the shell, especially on skinny race saddles.
Good news comes in the form of a unlimited crash replacement policy and the carbon shaft has a quality, Easton-like finish, but weight is only average.
MBR RATING: 7/10