Easton’s 568g, entry-level clip-on is well made and usefully adjustable but definitely on the heavy side.
Their Attack bar gets a lightweight EA70 alloy construction but this cheaper model uses a 2014 aluminium in a tapered, S-bend shape.
The long collared clamp for the extensions gives massive reach adjustability and they’re slotted for internal cable routing. There’s no marking on the bars, though, so you’ll have to measure and check symmetry yourself.
The forged bar clamp gives plenty of pad width adjustment in relation to the extensions, and double-slotted pad clamps mean very accurate rotational/fore-aft tweaking.
However, the pads themselves are quite shallow and we definitely found ourselves gripping the extensions tighter than usual to stop us bouncing off the bars.
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