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A lighter, more durable chain.

SRAM’s lightweight PC-1091 HollowPin Chain features a nickel-plated finish on both the inner and outer links to provide shifting performance that is as tough as it is smooth. As the name suggests, the PC-1091 uses hollow, chrome hardened pins that not only save weight (roughly 20 grams lighter than a chain with solid pins), but also enhance durability. For a quieter ride, SRAM designed the PC-1091 with more chamfer on the inside of the outer-plates. And to make installation quick and easy, SRAM built the PC-1091 with the PowerLock connecting link, meaning you can install the chain without a special tool—this is the only sub-6mm chain out there that has this feature.

The SRAM PC-1091 HollowPin Chain is made specifically for 10-speed drivetrains and pairs perfectly with the shape of SRAM cassettes and chainrings to provide optimal and effortless shifting. The PC-1091 is compatible with Shimano 10-speed drivetrains as well.

  • Lightweight HollowPin technology
  • PowerLock for tool-free chain connections
  • Nickel-plated finish
  • Compatible with all 10-speed drivetrains

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5 5


  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

If you can get past the price, then you'll love this chain. A get what you pay for product. Smooth shifting, light and strong. The wax on the fresh chain lasts for a while which is nice. I'd rather have that than lube.

5 5

Great chain

I have a full Shimano drive train, but I don't want to mess with the connecting pins of the Shimano chains. I have not noticed the the Sram chain works any differently on the Shimano group. The Powerlock is different than the Powerlink. Rather than pull opposite directions on the chain with your hands to snap the link together, you push a pedal down and use the force of the crank to snap it in. Once its locked, its locked for good. I carry extra Powerlock links for emergency repairs. The weight savings of the hollow pins is minimal, but it does look pretty cool.