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Cane Creek
eeSILK Plus Carbon Seatpost

5 out of 5 stars
2 Reviews



Why We Like The eeSILK Plus Carbon Seatpost

Using parallel linkage technology seen in the Thudbuster suspension seapost, Cane Creek designs the eeSILK Plus Carbon Seatpost to bring in lightness and high performance. With it, we can ride longer and farther with 35mm of vertical compliance for improved control on rough and rowdy surfaces. Fatigue is reduced over long rides, and we like the lightweight feel this seatpost provides.


  • Witness reduced chatter and fatigue with this functional seatpost
  • Lightweight carbon fiber is highly durable and comfortable
  • 35mm travel keeps us moving for miles on end
  • Equipped with a titanium thumb wheel for the forward seat clampbolt
  • Available in 27.2mm and 31.6mm seatpost diameters
  • Item #CNE1WVN
carbon fiber
27.2, 31.6mm
elastomer maintainance tool
Claimed Weight
Manufacturer Warranty
10 year limited
road cycling

Overall Rating

5 based on 2 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

October 31, 2022

Wow, it really smooths out the ride

I've put it through the wringer
6' 2"

After having this on my ibis Hakka mx for a few rides, I don’t think about the Eesilk and I just don’t worry about bumps and washboard sections. This gives me the best of both worlds, a road and gravel bike feel with the comfort of a full suspension mountain bike (so long as I stay on tame terrain)89

lprp803838 l
5 out of 5 stars

December 6, 2021


I've used it several times

It is almost 2x heavier comparing to my original rigid CF seat post but same road section I crossed standing up on pedals to save my ass from multiple bruises now I can ride siting comfortably. I actually purchase 2 of them. 6 months ago cheaper aluminum version for commuter and recently more expensive CF for gravel bike. Worth every penny in my opinion but I more concern about long rides comfort then bike weight or speed. Positive comfort Negative 1 elastomer not everybody might like how it looks weight

Sergei M

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