New Easton seatposts allow adjustment without loosening the saddle clamps

New super-adjustable carbon and alloy seatposts and new stems from Easton

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Easton has redesigned the head on its top end seatposts to make them independently adjustable fore and aft and for seat angle. This patent pending technology, which Easton calls Independent Saddle Adjustment, or ISA, means that you don’t need to loosen the saddle rail’s clamps in order to adjust saddle angle.

There’s a set of allen bolts to clamp the saddle rails, while another pair built into the head allows you to make fine adjustments to saddle pitch.

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