'Tiss a thing of beauty
Who says chains can't be sexy? With a friction-reducing titanium nitride coating, the KMC X11SL-TI Chain looks as good as it works. And thanks to hollow pins and plates, the 228g X11SL-TI Gold Chain is one of the lightest chains on the market.
But despite its weight, don't be fooled into thinking that durability and performance have been sacrificed. Mushroomed riveting yields high pin power and strength while plate chamfering and a bushing-less construction provide smooth, quiet shifting. KMC’s Double "X" Bridge shape on each outer plate further enhances the chain’s ability to provide clean, smooth shifts in all conditions. That Ti-Nitride coating isn't just for looks, either—it provides serious corrosion resistance for many miles of rust-free service.
The KMC X11SL-TI also comes with its own KMC Missing Link 11—itself a miracle product—so you won't have to fuss with special pins or chain tools to install it. Light, durable, quiet, and smooth, the KMC X11SL-TI is specifically designed for 11-speed drivetrains.
- A smooth operator for your road or mountain drivetrain
- Ti-Nitride coating reduces friction and raises sex appeal
- Construction details stress durability and weightloss
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Reviews & Community
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
If you're looking to make your bike extra fancy this is a great way to add a personal touch without having to get too crazy. I put this on an 11 speed bike and for the most part it seemed to work great. However, when I dropped down into my two lowest gears, the chain did have a big of sag to it making it difficult to shift. I'll either have to find a way to make it work, or just make sure my legs are extra strong!
Gold is Pretty
I love the gold and the light weight. Would buy again for 11 speed bikes
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Swapped to this from my Shimano chain, and I am never going back. This thing is smooth, and looks killer on any bike!
Hi guys, can I use the KMC X11SL-TI Gold...
Hi guys, can I use the KMC X11SL-TI Gold Chain in my SRAM XX1 SET?
I think you might need the 116 link version, which is compatible with all 11speed drivetrains-road or MTB