By now, most enduro riders are aware of the changes to FOX Racing Shox's 36 Float line. Industry publications have been so heavily saturated with celebratory coverage that most riders are in the know. But the 36 Float 27. 5 160 HSCLSC FIT Limited Edition takes the redesign one step further, altering the fork's graphical presentation in homage to the championship seasons of Graves and Moseley with some black anodization and, of course, the telltale rainbow bands. If you're among the fortunate to pick up one of this limited run of 200, you'll be rocking stripes while cleaning lines. Compared to the prior model, the new 36 Float's crown and lowers were redesigned to be both lighter, lower, and stiffer, resulting in a shorter axle to crown measurements across the board, so that installing the fork means minimal if any alteration of the bike's front end geometry. The stiffness boost makes slugging up climbs that much easier and, more importantly, truer tracking while cleaning lines. The fork also gets a newly formulated, higher viscosity proprietary fork oil, which makes for more responsive rebound during consecutive hits. The new Float air spring also enjoys significant revision, with FOX seeing off the old negative coil spring in favor a dual chamber air spring. This neat trick of metal to air alchemy may be the single biggest contributor to the fork's weight loss, and when it's paired with the reduced number of smoother seals, it means the fork requires less force to initiate travel. The quick initiation can be offset by volume spacers to make the fork ramp up harder. The other leg features FOX's HSCLSC FIT damper, which lets you tune the fork's behavior for big hits, slow inputs, and everything in between.