At an incredible 100 grams, the Easton EC90 SL Carbon Stem is barely there but won't let you down.
When you want the lightest AND strongest stem in the world, the Easton EC90 SL stem is probably the best place to start.
Easton didn’t set out to make the lightest stem in the world, they just wanted to make the lightest stem in the world that could withstand years of rigorous abuse during races like Paris-Roubaix. In fact, the EC90 SL stem is so strong it will hold up just fine to cyclocross and XC mountain bike racing.
Easton was able to whittle weight down to just 115 grams (100mm length) thanks to their exclusive TaperWall technology and a touch of titanium hardware. Because we wanted to be sure the EC90 SL would never leave riders wanting more when it came to handling or durability, Easton used their proprietary Distributed Stress Technology and Top-Lock faceplate to maximize the handlebar/stem Interface.
Watch the video below for more information on Easton's Top Lock Technology
EC90 Carbon construction
Matte UD Carbon finish
Top Lock technology for added security
Distributed Stress Technology to prevent stem failure
Titanium bolts for weight savings whilst retaining strength
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.