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USE Evo UD Carbon Seatpost

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MSP £129.00 Save 23%

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Product ID: EVO-UD

With a strong construction that sheds the excess in order to keep weight to an absolute minimum, the USE Evo UD Carbon Seatpost is this brand's lightest offering.

Refined through computer-aided design, any material that doesn't serve the mechanical purpose of adding strength has been removed, leaving a seatpost that transfers all your energy through to the road. Constructed from carbon fibre, and inline for a greater response, this is an ideal match for riders looking to go uphill fast.

USE Evo UD Carbon Seatpost

Taking an essentialist approach, the USE Evo UD Carbon Seatpost is the brand's lightest ever. Weighing just 108 grams, this seatpost uses a 27.2mm or 31.6mm clamping diameter and is made from carbon fibre in order to assure you of a stiff and dialled in performance. Simple saddle mounting from a two bolt system means the Evo UD Carbon Seatpost is user-friendly for the rider wanting to make their own adjustments at home.

Inline for a greater connection and feel with your bike, this seatpost has undergone computer design in order to remove any excess material that doesn't add to the strength of the design. Paring things back, this seatpost is an ideal choice for riders counting grams in the search for a faster, lighter machine on which to conduct their hill climbs or personal best efforts.


  • USE's lightest ever seat post
  • Engineered alongside top athletes to create an inline post
  • Evolved from USE's SX post using the newest computer design techniques to remove any material not adding strength
  • Weight: 108 grams
  • Length: 300mm, 400mm
  • Diameter: 27.2mm, 31.6mm
  • Material: Carbon
  • Setback: Inline
  • Finish: UD Matt

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