The 3T Doric Team is a great choice for a lightweight seatpost with zero degree setback. It features a beautiful UD carbon shaft that is gloss coated for added durability and good looks. The head of the post is constructed from 7075 heat treated alloy. It has a scalloped fore and aft 2-bolt design that is infinitely adjustable. It's easy to make adjustments and offers precise control over saddle angle. The zero set back is a good choice for riders who do not want to be too far behind the bottom bracket or do not want excessive reach to the bars and controls.
Red-on-carbon cosmetics mesh perfectly with other 3T Team level products and ooze of high-end goodness.
This seat post is light and looks good, but that is it. I was really disappointed in the setup and even more disappointed in the finish. The clear coat scrapes off really easy and even the red started to flake off. So if you plan on using a seat wedge then take into mind that it will wreck your seat post. I plan on upgrading to a Ritchey as soon as this one kicks the bucket, which shouldnt be too long.
same problem, my seat keeps sliding because of the difficulty tightening the front bolt. complicates small adjustments a drag. Definitely can do any adjustments on the road unless you carry a shop quality allen wrench. Does the Easton post not have this problem?
Great looks, but impossible to adjust. The front bolt is at such an awkward angle that you cant loosen or tighten it without stripping. Save the glam and give me function.