Niner Carbon Seatpost

Niner Carbon Seatpost
Niner Carbon Seatpost
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Carbon Seatpost by Niner
Perfectly complement your Niner frame with a Niner Carbon Seatpost. Not only will the color scheme match perfectly, but you'll probably lose a little weight, and reduce some of the chatter that you put your nether regions through every time you ride. The unidirectional weave is a great vibration absorber. Also, the simple two-bolt clamp system is a snap to use.

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SKU: NNR0016
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