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The ultimate interface between rider and bike.
SRAM's anticipated Force 22 Shifters borrow heavily from Red, pairing cutting edge 11-speed technology with the comfort-increasing ErgoDynamic™ design.
To develop this new design, SRAM has reworked the transition between handlebar and hoods, the grip texture, finger wrap, and the separate interfaces with both the shifter and brake lever. The carbon lever blade itself has even been enlarged for more convenient operation from the drops. Individual Reach Adjust™ has also been updated for easier adjustment, placing the controls exactly where you need them.
Despite the new ergonomics, revolutionary Double Tap shifting technology is still here -- these controls are designed to exceed the needs of even the most serious racers. In fact, the Force 22 Shifter uses a highly developed version of Double Tap, which is enhanced by pawl geometry that results in zero-loss travel.
The SRAM Force 22 ErgoDynamic™ Shift Lever Set includes Left and Right levers along with low friction derailleur cables and housing. They're compatible with SRAM Red 22 and Force 22 drivetrain components. The claimed weight for the levers is 307 grams.
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