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Updating their ever popular Ultegra Di2 line of electronic shifting, the Ultegra ST-8050 Di2 Shift/Brake Levers offer an updated and improved design, providing a Di2 shifter that offers more intuitive shifting and braking. Benefitting from improved ergonomics, the ST-8050 feels great in all riding positions, offering a solid, stable platform and reach-adjustable lever operation. The shift buttons themselves have received an updated, featuring a clearer separation between buttons with a more defined response on activation making it easy to locate and operate, even with heavy winter gloves. Further, each shift button can be programmed for multi-shifting via Shimano's e-Tube project.
The Shimano Ultegra ST-8050 Di2 Shift/Brake Lever is compatible with 2x11 speed drivetrains and cable-actuated brake systems. Claimed weight: 148 grams per shifter.
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