Thomson Seatpost Collar

Thomson Seatpost Collar
Thomson Seatpost Collar
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Seatpost Collar by Thomson
Most riders don't consider their seatpost collar on day-to-day rides--until their seatpost starts to creep down halfway through some epic ride due to a poorly constructed collar. The Thomson Seatpost Collar not only alleviates your underperforming seatpost collar woes with its powerful clamping force, but it also adds serious bling to your cockpit with its anodized black or shiny silver finish.

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SKU: THP0008
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