FOX Racing Shox's history of targeted innovation demonstrates that it doesn't feel the need to constantly make updates for the sake of having something new to boast about. For 2017, FOX is content with the advancements it made last year and confident that the design is the best it has to offer for now. The 36 Float 27. 5 140 3Pos Adj FIT4 Fork's wide range of adjustability and lightweight, consistent, dual spring air chamber continue to provide an enviable balance between weight and enduro capability. As you and your enduro rig chug down apocalyptic lines, you'll have the option to choose between the FIT4 damper's Firm, Medium, and Open settings. For anything more daunting than sidewalk cracks, we see no reason not to choose the latter, which itself features an additional range of sub settings to allow you to take full advantage of the fork's range of high riding travel. Firm and Medium encompass their own well defined spaces. Medium is able to take over on lumpy flats and rolling stretches of unruly hard pack, and Firm's lockout setting is relegated strictly to fire road transitions and the steepest, smoothest climbs. This versatility and control is backed by FOX's dual chamber air spring, a self equalizing design that dumped weight over previous coil spring models. Additionally, you'll have the reliability of Kashima coated aluminum stanchions and magnesium lowers offering the dependability you've come to know and expect from FOX.