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Rear Shifter -12 Spd Gold
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Rear Shifter -12 Spd Gold
Rear Shifter - 12 Spd Black

SRAM
Eagle XX1 Trigger Shifter 12 Spd

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Spread your wings.

The 12 gear wingspan of SRAM's Eagle XX1 group is no doubt impressive, and this corresponding trigger shifter is designed to peck through each gear with precision to match. Shift feel has been improved over the previous generation XX1 with a new mechanism, the smoothness and exactness of which is translated across the sleek, adjustable-reach, carbon-fiber thumb lever. Carbon also finds its way onto the bottom cover, as does titanium for the hardware to further save weight. For the tidiest bar setup possible, a MatchMaker™ X clamp is integrated for playing well with your brakes or dropper post.

Available in multiple colors. Compatible with SRAM Eagle 12-speed MTB drivetrains only.

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Slick Shifter that is nice and smooth for the Eagle system.
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by Yakstone
Cycling Enthusiast
Loveland, CO United States

This shifter is expensive but you get what you pay for. Nice and smooth, well built piece that integrates well with the other Eagle products. Great adjustability and function. I am glad I sprung for the XXl shifter.

Reviewed 11/1/2018
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