Feats Within Reach. Redefine XC with components that help you find all kinds of fast. Light for the climbs, responsive for the trails, strong and stiff for whatever else might come your way. Updated graphics keep you looking good in the woods.
Designed with the same 3D forged and butted 7050 alloy shaft as the Stylo T40, the T30 Seatpost blends light weight performance with the strength and security of aluminium.
The head is also made with forged 7050 alloy, along with a dual-bolt design with both zero and 25mm offset clamps. It’s available in three diameters (27.2mm. 30.9mm, 31.6mm) and length 400mm.
Features: • Weight: 270g (avg.) • Length: 400mm • Material: 3D Forged and butted 7050-Alloy • Finish: Blast Black • Recommended Group: Cross Country, Trail, All Mountain • Available in: 0 / 25mm offset
Rated 5 out of 5 by calav3ra Il migliore
Non capisco chi spende centinaia di euro per il reggisella quando esistono prodotti come questo, leggeri, robusti e belli da vedere. Preso in sostituzione ad precedente di marca "Zoom" lungo 350mm. Questo lungo 400mm pesa MENO del precedente di 350mm. Al tatto dà una gran sensazione di robustezza. Colore nero opaco. Lo consiglio a CHIUNQUE
18 June 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by gryllza Good looking seatpost
Good looking and quality, slightly more finicky to set up than some others with similar clamping mechanism
23 January 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Mandynic9 Excellent seatpost for me!
Bought for my Scott hardtail with a matching set of bars. Excellent post and price!
31 December 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Rustam Good value for money
Got this seatpost for my 456 Evo2. But after first ride it had slippered and anodising had weared off. So now I have to tighten my seat clamp very strongly (I use Hope seatclamp). Also very uncomfortable to tighten saddle screws because of threadlock sealant on them.
But for that money it is a good deal.
24 November 2013
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If the riding position on your bike feels comfortable then the 0mm offset would be advised. If the sitting position feels tight and there is not a lot of room for movement when sitting then the 25mm offset may be more ideal; which will open up the cockpit area.
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