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  • Race Face - Next SL Seatpost - 2015 - Carbon

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  • Race Face - Next SL Seatpost - 2015 - Carbon

Race Face Next SL Seatpost - 2015

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    • Carbon, 27.2 x 400
      $129.99
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    Next is the new now.

    If you were ever wary of decking your mountain bike out with a carbon seatpost, fret no more. The Race Face Next SL Seatpost has been tried and tested to ensure it belongs on the trails.

    The Next SL is engineered from a 3K-carbon weave that provides high strength at a low weight. To further save weight, Race Face decided against its standard single-adjustment head clamp and used a new Hunter design that features a two-bolt system that allows quick, on-the-go adjustments. The post is compatible with 7 or 9mm rails and has 35mm of horizontal support.

    • 3K-carbon weave
    • Hunter, two-bolt head clamp
    • 400mm length
    • Zero setback
    • Item #RCF001O

    Tech Specs

    Material
    carbon
    Diameter
    27.2 mm, 30.9 mm, 31.6 mm
    Length
    400 mm
    Offset
    0 deg
    Claimed Weight
    [30.9mm] 250 g
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year
    Recommended Use
    mountain

    Tech Specs

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    Proper post...

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Well made, good fit, easy adjustment, light, absorbs vibration, and will clamp down on most seat rails for a no-slip fit. I'm using this post on my Niner hardtail, and it works very well.

    Lightweight. Strong. Does it's job.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Strong. Seat never slips as long as you have it tightened down to the appropriate specifications. And that all you really need in a seatpost. Being super light weight is always a nice bonus as well though.

    Simple, Well Executed Design

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    It's a testament to how bad some seatposts designs are that when you get a good one again it's actually worth noting. The clamp on this post is a simple two-bolt design that is easily accessible with any standard allen key. The clamps also hold all manner of rails...from alloy to wider wrapped-carbon style ones with no issues. It's a part you tend to forget about until you need to switch or adjust a saddle, but when you do it's nice to have one as well executed as this.

    bounce with me

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Seatposts should be "set and forget" and that's exactly what the RF Next post does. It handles standard and the tall carbon rails without any problems, and has a nice give to it even with the 30.9mm size. I love two bolt posts...they make tiny adjustments so easy.