As stated the Havoc DH bar is versatile. Easton
has merged the best features of their EA70 MonkeyBar, and the MonkeyLite DH bar, and have created a high performance riser bar. Abusive terrain requires your bike handle the damage, and have the durability and control to get you through to the end, and Easton's Havoc line up is designed to do just that.
The Havoc DH bar is offered in both 25.4mm and 31.8mm clamping diameters, but only 711mm wide (27.5 inches). It features a mid rise of 30mm, 9 degree's of sweep, and 5 degree's of up sweep. These angles are pretty well across the board for handlebars now, as they are the most comfortable for riders. Easton's Havoc DH bar uses their patented TaperWall technology
. Taperwall is a technology Easton owns that allows them to manipulate where material is added, and removed, to create the most weight friendly, strongest product they can. Easton also uses Grain Refinement technology. Easton uses cold forging to align the grain structure of their material to achieve a more flawless handlebar. Unaligned grains create small humps that are weak spots in the structure of the bar, but by aligning these grains not only does it make a stronger bar, but a more fatigue resistant bar, and a handlebar that dissipates the impacts down the lengths of the bar.
Taperwall technology has been around since the days of the ProTaper bars, so it's a pretty well proven technology. The Havoc DH is the 'security blanket', or bar of choice if you will, for top freeriders like Thomas Vanderham and Wade Simmons, two well known North Shore Huckers, and while backed by a 5 year limited warranty you're ensured to get your time out of this bar. Weighing in at 290 grams the Havoc DH bar is on par with other handlebars for weight, while still providing a well designed bar to grab on to.
Easton products should be available through your local bike shop, or through their website