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Deity Copperhead Stem

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RRP: $160.00
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RRP: $160.00
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Quality stem and aesthetically enhanced the look of my bicycle too.

Easy fast and great price

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It was just what the dirt jumper needed . Strong looks good does the job .

Really top quality product

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I bought a Copperhead Stem (platinum) because i had previously bought a Deity Blacklabel 787 handlebar (platinum) and my OCD couldn't bare to see such a beautiful handlebar not matched up to its counterpart Stem.

The Copperhead Stem is a beautiful piece of equipment, really well made. It's stack height isn't as big as most stems so allows you to get it lower if needed, FYI if you buy this Stem make sure you have a spare 5/10mm Stem spacer around just in case

Great design


This is one of the best stem I ever used, great design and performance



To start things off this stem is beautiful, i bought a red one and with my matte black giant reign this really pops out and looks so good with black around it, it is extremely strong on the downhill and will take whatever you can possibly throw at it. AMAZING

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