Shimano Deore 12 SL-M6100 Shifter

Shimano Deore 12 SL-M6100 Shifter
Shimano Deore 12 SL-M6100 Shifter
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Deore 12 SL-M6100 Shifter by Shimano
You've got the itch for a new 12-speed rig but want to maximize value, and the Shimano Deore 12 SL-M6100 Shifter is your ticket to open trails with wide gear ranges. With the I-Spec EV or Clamp Band options, you can choose your handlebar set up to fine-tune your riding style. Shimano livens up the operation on the Deore 12 with RAPIDFIRE Plus shifting, allowing you to jump up to three gears on one shift for blasting steeper slopes or setting up for a tactical approach to a tight switchback. An additional 2-Way Release allows a release shift to be operated with the thumb if you want to keep the index finger on the bar.The Deore 12 also boasts a creature-comfort with an Optical Gear Display, so you'll always know what gear you're in while keeping your eyes looking forward.

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