Enve Carbon Seatpost (Black) (27.2mm) (300mm) (25mm Offset)

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Enve Carbon Seatpost (Black) (27.2mm) (300mm) (25mm Offset)
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Price: $300.00
 

Diameter | Length | Offset:

  • 25.4mm | 300mm | 25mm Offset
  • 27.2mm | 300mm | 25mm Offset
  • 27.2mm | 300mm | 0mm Offset
  • 27.2mm | 400mm | 25mm Offset
  • 27.2mm | 400mm | 0mm Offset
  • 31.6mm | 400mm | 25mm Offset
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ENVE takes pride in their work knowing that their components go out and provide riders all over the world with the best riding experience possible. 

Features:

  • Monocoque carbon construction
  • Compatible w/ battery integration
  • 0-27 degree adjustability
  • Includes rail clamps for both steel and carbon railed saddles

Specifications:
Diameter: 25.4mm, 27.2mm, or 31.6mm
Length: 300mm or 400mm
Offset: 0mm or 25mm
Material: Carbon
Color: Black
Weight: 182g (25.4mm/300mm/25mm Offset)

This product was added to our catalog on August 10, 2021

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Friday, Jul 1 2022 (5 months ago)
Enve Carbon Seatpost (Black) (27.2mm) (300mm) (25mm Offset)
The Enve carbon seatpost is well designed and fairly light, at least in the 300mm version - only 182 grams. If I was rating this seatpost purley on value, I would be hard pressed to give it more than 3 stars, as there are other carbon as well as titanium seatposts cheaper and lighter. The Enve seatpost is available in multiple diameters, 25.4, 27.2, 30.9 and 31.6mm, as well as two offsets, zero and 25.4mm. Their patented twin-clamp design is simple and well thought out, as setting up the saddle is fairly intuitive and straightforward. Other than the high price, there's very little to fault with the seatpost in terms of its performance and understated natural looks. On the road, it does it's job admirably, reducing the chatter to a minimum and smoothing out most road vibrations. The Enve carbon seatpost may not be for everyone, but if price isn't an object, then I highly recommend the Enve.