32 Float SC 29 FIT4 Remote Adjust Factory Boost Fork by FOX Racing Shox
The course is ready, and you're toeing the line, but the back of your head is counting the grams of your setup and feeling a bit defeated in the fork-region when you think about all the extra weight you're towing along. FOX's 32 Float SC 29 FIT4 Remote Adjust Factory Boost Fork is here to help mitigate your weight issues, scaling in as the brand's lightest 29er fork that's built to chase down podiums and PR's at warp speeds. Fox's innovative Step Cast (SC) chassis shaves weight with stepped lower legs that are 10-millimeters narrower than standard Float 32 forks, though its smooth, sensitive ride quality remains unchanged from the standard Float 32 forks. This means you get to keep all of the tunable support of the Float air spring and the surprisingly stable tracking of the sleek 32-millimeter stanchions. To sweeten things further, it packs in Fox's EVOL (extra volume negative air spring) technology from FOX's rear shocks to increase small bump sensitivity, and a two-position remote for quick lockouts on punchy straightaways that transition to a relaxed, plush descent on the turn of a dime.
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