Easton Cycling posts lighter ISA seatpost in new EC90 SL

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Love the Easton ISA seatpost design, but want something lighter? The new EC90 SL looks to be that post. Named for their patent pending saddle adjustment system, ISA or Independent Saddle Adjustment allows for separate seat angle and fore/aft adjustments to be made. And now it’s available in a lighter overall package.Advertisements

Easton Cycling posts lighter ISA seatpost in new EC90 SL  Easton Cycling posts lighter ISA seatpost in new EC90 SL

Previously offered in the full aluminum EA90 post, ISA was also available in carbon, but it still had an aluminum head with a carbon shaft. Now, the EC90 SL steps in with a full UD carbon design to drop the weight to 195g for a 350mm long, zero offset, 27.2 post.

Easton Cycling posts lighter ISA seatpost in new EC90 SL

Already “race tested by the Easton Overland gravel team, SDG Muscle Monster, and World Cup cyclocross elite racers like Sanne Cant,” the EC90 SL post should be a good option for light gravel bike builds or road bikes still running a 27.2mm seat post.

Easton Cycling posts lighter ISA seatpost in new EC90 SL

Offered in zero set back or 20mm offset, the posts will only be available in 27.2mm diameter in a 350mm length for $199.99..

EC90 SL ISA Seatpost

  • SEATPOST WEIGHT: ZERO – 195g, SETBACK – 200g
  • FINISH: MATTE BLACK UD CARBON
  • HEAD OFFSET: 0mm, 20mm
  • LENGTH: 350mm WITH 80mm MIN INSERT
  • DIAMETER: 27.2mm
  • MATERIAL: EC90 CARBON

Easton Cycling posts lighter ISA seatpost in new EC90 SL

Easton also has a new 27.2 Di2 Battery insert for use in all ISA 27.2 seatposts, that will sell for $14.99.

Both are in stock now.

eastoncycling.com

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