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Easton Haven Stem

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    The Haven can handle it

    Boasting Easton’s highest stiffness-to-weight ratio yet, the Haven stem has quickly become a legend among trail riders. The Haven is built with CNC machined alloy and Easton’s Top Lock technology to create a stem that can handle anything. If you have the Haven bar, this stem is the ideal match. The Haven Stem fits 1-1/8" steerers and has a 0° rise.

    • CNC machined alloy
    • Easton’s highest stiffness-to-weight ratio
    • Top Lock technology
    • Fits 1-1/8" steerers and has a 0° rise
    • Item #EAS0175

    Tech Specs

    Material
    aluminum
    Length
    50 mm, 65 mm
    Rise
    0 deg
    Steer Tube Diameter
    1.125 in
    Bar Attachment
    4-bolt
    Recommended Use
    mountain biking
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 years

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    Clean, Strong, Perfect?

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Aside from having the length I need all I really look for in a stem are stiffness and, when achievable, looks. The Haven checks all the boxes. Super stiff, very clean looking, and certainly a competitive weight for you gram counters. I swapped from a 35mm Havoc to a 55mm Haven and didn't have any noticeable increase in flex. for anything short of DH/Freeride I would go with the Haven over the Havoc for the stem. I have the Havoc carbon bars and they are a great match for my AM bike.

    Burly, probably more than you'd expect

      The main reason I bought this stem is because I wanted a good looking, shorter stem with a zero degree rise/drop to it. Having the Havoc stem from Easton, I was expecting the Haven to be a bit lighter and more XC style. While it's a bit heavier than I was expecting, this isn't some whimpy road stem. While it is a bit on the heavier side, this stem has everything else going for it: super strong, great aesthetics, and stupid simple installation.



      If you haven't used Easton's TopLock stems in the past, you are missing out. Simply tighten the top bolts all the way down, then torque the bottom 2 to spec. Not only does this make the top of the stem look really clean, it makes torquing pesky carbon handlebars a breeze.



      Gone are the days of waiting for the first carbon crack then backing off a quarter turn. Wait, don't EVER do that!

      XC only/not for shredding

        Running the Havoc carbon bars full length with the shortest (55mm) haven stem on a Transition Covert. These components came stock on the bike. Bars are strong as an ox but the stem twisted and bent. Probably not the best option if you ride hard.

        Built for Blasting

          Running this stem in a 55mm with 720mm bars on a '09 Heckler that I ride as my do-it-all, aggressive trail bike. Stem feels stiff, although not the lightest (but I wasn't really concerned with this).



          Swapped to this from my slammed Easton Havoc stem that felt a bit too cramped. Happy medium between control when you're blasting and having room to stretch out on the pedally bits.