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Easton EC70 SL Carbon Stem

Easton EC70 SL Carbon StemEaston EC70 SL Carbon Stem
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Description

About Easton EC70 SL Carbon Stem

Easton's EC70 SL Carbon Stem strikes that beautiful balance of low weight, high strength and good looks.

The Easton EC70 SL stem combines the best elements of aluminum and carbon fiber contruction to produce a piece of equipment that is stiff, strong, durable and good-looking.

Combining aluminum and carbon fiber opened the door for Easton's engineers to make this one of the stiffest stems on the market. Weight is impressive too, at 140 grams.

Easton has learned a number of tricks along the way to make the best stems on the market, and that experience shows with the EC70 SL stem - they leverage their exclusive TaperWall™ technology and a touch of titanium hardware and proprietary Distributed Stress Technology™ plus a Top-Lock faceplate to boost performance.

And of course the EC70 SL stem will make any bike look a lot sleeker.

Watch the video below for more information on Easton's Top Lock Technology

Features

EC70 Carbon/Aluminium construction

Matte UD Carbon finish

Top Lock technology for added security

TaperWall technology

Distributed Stress Technology to prevent stem failure

Titanium bolts for weight savings whilst retaining strength

Specifications

Weight: 140g (100mm)

Rise: (+/-) 6°

Clamp diameter: 31.8mm

Steerer: 1 1/8"

Length (10º): 60mm, 70mm, 80mm, 90mm, 100mm, 110mm, 120mm, 130mm

More About The Manufacturer Easton

Born in 1984, Easton Cycling has built on nearly a century of sporting good production with carbon component manufacturing that is renowned around the world for its performance and quality. Easton Cycling is a world leader in cutting-edge composite utilization, spearheading the use of Carbon Nanotube Technology in cycling components - from Tour de France-winning wheelsets to stems and handlebars.