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Item # SRM0551

Bringing XX1 technology to the masses.

Lighter than 300 grams, the SRAM X01 X-Glide XG-1195 Cassette brings XX1 technology to the masses — including all of the XD Driver Body, X-Dome, and 11-speed goodness. Improving on the interface between a cassette and freehub, SRAM's XD Driver Body allows the use of a 10-tooth cog in place of the lock ring.

The cassette threads at the base of the hub body create a stable connection between the two. However, it still uses the same installation tool that SRAM has relied on for years. This permitted the ample, 10-42t gear spread and the elimination of both triple and double drivetrains.

The single unit X-Dome open design creates a lightweight, exacting, and strong cassette that's optimized to shed mud. This ensures a consistent and crisp gear selection in conditions ranging from the North West to arid deserts.

The SRAM X01 X-Glide XG-1195 Cassette is compatible with SRAM XX1 and X01 components and XD Driver Bodies from SRAM, Mavic, and DT Swiss.

  • JET Black finish
  • Compatible with XD Driver hubs only

Tech Specs

Cog Sizes:
10 - 42 t
Cog Material:
steel, aluminum
Carrier Material:
Hub Type:
XD Driver body
Actual Weight:
One Color, One Size: 268g
Recommended Use:
mountain bike
Manufacturer Warranty:
2 years

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Works well

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

I just replaced a XX1 X Dome with the X01. They both weigh in at the same 268 g. It works great and shifting is crisp. The black looks good too.

I'm currently running a SRAM XG-1180 CASSETTE - 11-SPEED, am I able to swap out to a SRAM X01 X-GLIDE CASSETTE - XG-1195 without any issues?

Responded on

Hey Duane,

You can swap that out no problem!

Let me know if you have any other questions.



Avg. ride time: 7h 17m per week
  • Average ride time is based on Strava activity over the last 3 months. Give your reviews credibility by connecting your account.

Is it necessary to swap out the freehub body when upgrading from 10-speed cassette to the X01? If so, do you sell those? In my case I'm going from the X0 setup on a 2013 Stumpjumper with the stock DT Swiss cassette body.

Responded on

You would need to swap out the driver body for the XD version, item # DTS0035

Avg. ride time: 4h 10m per week
  • Average ride time is based on Strava activity over the last 3 months. Give your reviews credibility by connecting your account.

A bit pricey and little miles

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

I've been running the SRAM XO1 drivetrain here in Pisgah National Forest for maybe a year and a half. I average about 3000 trail miles a year with 100-200 feet elevation gain per mile. With the conditions I experience here, I'm only getting around 600 miles per cassette. It's steep on price compared to a Shimano XT cassette or even a Shimano XT 1x cassette, but, I still keep going back. It's light weight, shifts great, no noticeable chain slap, and that 42 when paired with a 28 chainring will keep you climbing all day without exploding your knees. I recently bought a third bike to keep miles off the XO1, and now the XO1 bike is mostly for racing or events. I love it, just expensive for so little miles.

Avg. ride time: 5h 3m per week
  • Average ride time is based on Strava activity over the last 3 months. Give your reviews credibility by connecting your account.

Great prices products, fast shipping

    Heavy duty cassette, the best 11 speed casssete.

    Avg. ride time: 3h 3m per week
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    Strong and light!

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    I previously had a 2x10 XX setup on my current bike (2013 Orbea Occam c 29) but decided it was time to join the 1x11 crew. I haven't been disappointed at all. The shifting is actually better and with it no longer needing a front derailleur due to the enormous range (10-42) I dropped about 1/2lb. I have been a fan of SRAM since the XO 9spd days and with each new generation I continue to be pleased and satisfied with their innovations and quality. Another cool tidbit of info is that this cassette and the XX1 work very well with the new Shimano 1x11 and 2x11. Both the XO1 and XX1 cassettes are lighter and more durable than the new XTR as well as offering more range. I had a good friend of mine install one on his new Yeti ASR C 29r with the new Shimano XTR 2x11 and not only did it shift better but he likes the added top end and low end gearing.

    Strong and light!


    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    I'm running this with a 32T front ring on my 27.5 Nomad and find it spot on for the hilly trails here in Park City, Utah. When tuned correctly the whole drivetrain is virtually silent and shifts are so smooth that I've had to look down to see if the chain actually switched cogs.

    When installing the cassette, be very liberal with grease on the threads and splines of both the cassette and hub's driver body to ensure it goes on completely and can be removed with minimal effort, since this cassette / driver interface generates a lot of contact friction with its tight tolerances.

    Avg. ride time: 1h 18m per week
    • Average ride time is based on Strava activity over the last 3 months. Give your reviews credibility by connecting your account.

    Loving it

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    I'm a hold out for sure. I still ride a 26er, and until this week was on a 3x9. If it aint broke don't fix it has been my motto. Given a really good deal on the X01 group, I modified my XTR cranks with a narrow wide chainring and went for it. I dropped over a pound, cleaned up the cockpit, and simplified my shifting. There has been zero chainslap since, zero missed shifts, zero "oh s@#$ I can't get the gear I want moments". I'm loving it. That said, I cut out my two top end gears and three bottom end gears by making the change. I've spun out a couple of times, but really, who needs to go faster than 34mph on a mountain bike. I've also done a couple longer climbs of 3000' where a gear or two lower would have been OK. That said - I'm sold. I've been a life long shimano lover, but sram's got a winner with these groups.


    Murdered Out

      This cassette gets it done. The new 1X craze is worthy and it is thanks tot eh fine engineering and design from the folks at SRAM. There isn't a whole lot of difference between the XO1 and the XX1 set ups, especially the cassettes.


      Love it

      • Familiarity:I've used it several times

      Put this on a carbon rear wheel from light-bicycle (Hope evo hubs) on a 2014 StumpJumper Evo 29". So far this upgrade is well worth the $ spent, X01 + grip shift makes shifting super fast and intuitive - I know XX1/X01 is "super high-end" now, but it actually makes shifting so straightforward it's something a beginner would better understand. I ride xc mainly and it's so much easier to change gears on the variety of short/long hills of varying steepness.

      Stock x7-9 setup sucked by comparison IMO. Shifting on this is super fast/smooth which changes ride quality for me completely.