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3T Palladio Pro Seatpost $0.00
Added tech without added weight.
The 3T Palladio Pro Seatpost's alloy clamp was designed to solve the problem of sloppy saddle-angle adjustments. The Palladio allows you to set your saddle angle precisely and won't let the saddle slip, even if the mount bolts rattle loose. The 7071 aluminum shaft, and tough alloy clamp with stainless steel hardware is tough enough to stand up to years of riding.
Reviews & Community
Nice looking seatpost. Not too heavy for aluminum. Great seat clamp design. I have this on my hard tail XC bike. I've thought about replacing it with carbon a few times but I end up keeping it because it does look good on the bike.
3T Palladio Pro Seat post
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I real like the design and function of this seat post. It is really easy to set up and looks very nice. I like that once you set up the angle of your seat you can then move it for and aft, with out having to worry that the angle changed. JUST MAKE SURE YOU HAVE ROUND RAIL ON YOUR SEAT. IT WILL NOT WORK WITH OVAL RAILS. They make a conversation kit for oval rails, but good luck getting one. Good seat post, nice design and just plain neat.
The Palladio Pro is an amazing addition to my bike set up. The design is awesome and its slightly lighter than the cheap carbon seatpost I originally had on my bike. It is made completely out of aluminum so the tech specs on this website need to be adjusted. The new clamp design never altered my saddle angle during even the toughest of rides and I doubt that it would be possible. I have full confidence it its durability. The only problem I had was that the white paint can chip off fairly easy. Mine slipped into the frame because of a cheap seat clamp and scratched away at the paint. The print is still readable however. I vouch for this seatpost if you don't mind having carbon fiber as your saddle's buddy.