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2016+ Honda Civic Leather Shift Knob

2016+ Honda Civic Leather Shift Knob

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A high-performance vehicle is not just about the parts under the hood or on each corner. Performance is also about the direct interface you have with the car.

It is just this interface that 27WON honed in on and decided to REDEFINE with a high performance shift knob.

Simple… an ergonomic shape provides a comfortable and confident grip. The 27WON shift knob is wrapped in genuine leather that is soft to the touch while giving you the dexterity you want from a high-performance tactile part. Lastly, leather is a thermally friendly material; It won’t burn your hand in the summer and won’t give you frost bite in the winter.

Introducing the 10th generation Civic leather shift knob.


Despite what you most often see in the market, a shift knob is not just a round chunk of metal or plastic that helps you to change gears. We believe it is much more than that which is why we set out to REDEFINE the design and bring something unique to the 10th Gen Civic Market.


The 27WON Shift Knob features a unique ergonomic design which provides a confidence inspiring interface with the vehicle that doesn't compromise comfort. Whether daily driven or track rat, our Leather Shift Knob is designed to perform.


Weighing in at ~320grams the 27WON Shift knob is a great balance of size and weight. With a steel core molded within high density foam, our shift knob increases total weight to improve shifting feel and response.


27WON Shift Knob is wrapped in genuine leather with your choice of color stitching: Redline Red or Stealth Black. Both models come with a subtle 27WON embroidered logo in Stealth Black.

Best part of leather... it's not too hot in the summer and not too cold in the winter. Unlike metal and some plastics, leather is a thermally friendly material.


To ensure easy installation and guaranteed fit, each shift knob comes with a new stainless steel locking nut designed specifically for the 27WON Shift Knob.


A shift knob designed for you

  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • Designed and tested in the great Pacific Northwest
  • Complete online installation instructions through the Dozuki App: Search “Performance Installs”
  • Install app downloads can be found here Play Store and Itunes
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Installing Your Leather Shift Knob

Difficulty: 1/5

1/5 Difficulty


Paired the 27Won red leather shift knob w/ Acuity's fully adjustable short shifter and this is the perfect combination that I wished came straight from the factory. Absolutely amazing craftsmanship, looks good, and feels even better. Make sure you use leather cleaner once in a while to keep it looking good.
This knob feels great. The first mod I did to my civic and probably the most usable one so far. Perfect amount of grip from the leather. Now I won't get branded by my shift knob in the Georgia heat when I shift to 5th gear and tear the road apart...
Do your hand a favor. Upgrade.
Absolutely amazing! Install took about 15 minutes with the detailed picture and written guide available--I'm someone who has no experience with modding cars, mind you. A super quick and easy install. I didn't think the difference would be so dramatic! The weight of the shift knob being higher changes the whole feel of shifting and is frankly incredible. 10/10 can't wait to invest in more 27WON products :D
Reminds me of my old favorite go to shift knob from the acura integra gsr, except this one has a nice weight to it. I've bought and swapped out five knobs, from spoon, acuity, raceseng etc. This knob is staying, another great product from 27won.
Such an amazing upgrade for only a few minutes of work! Great upgrade, couldn’t be happier!!!!
I've had the knob installed now for about a week. I was super excited to get it. Here are my, hopefully, unbiased review for others that rely heavily on honest reviews. I'll try and keep this short and to the point.

Overall: I would definitely get this all over again. Still don't know if I like my knob a bit taller or not. I like look of a shorter knob, but there are some pros to the taller knob. I wonder if there is a way to lower it. I do plan on upgrading the shifter assembly with the stage 2 upgrade kit from Acuity. Other than getting the fully adjustable assembly by Acuity, I don't know that there is a way to adjust the height of the shifter knob.

Size: The size is a bit larger than the stock knob. The head diameter not so much, but overall it is a bit taller. As a 6' 3" guy, the know fits my hand much better. However it does stick up about an inch higher than stock. By no means does it impair you access to the media/climate cluster. But it does give an illusion of a longer through, even though it's probably negligible. It took a couple days to get used to the new higher position. Since it is taller, its closer to my hand position on the steering wheel, but I have bumped it a couple times turning sport mode on. In my opinion, that button is in a horrible location regardless of the shifter knob. Another thing to realize with a taller knob is that items stored in the cup holder are no longer in the way. Before, if I had a drink in the cup holder it would be touching my forearm evert time I shifted. Now the shifter is just tall enough to raise my for arm out of the way.

Shape: As I mentioned before, the knob is large enough to fit my hand. This is primarily because of the shape. It is quite comfortable to handle both grasping the knob head or as a joystick.

Aesthetics: I think this know looks great. The black leather matches the stock shifter boot perfectly and so does the red stitching if you decide to get it. The logo is a nice touch and not in a pretty conspicuous so if you don't want logos plastered on everything, don't worry about it. But, it's still there if you want to show it off. The embroidery of the logo is nicely detailed.

Weight: It is much noticeably heavier than stock, when held in each hand. However, I don't notice it quite as much after it is installed. There must be a reason for it to be heavier. Maybe it makes it feel more solid when shifting.

Materials: Like I said before, the leather matches perfectly. It is quite comfortable to grasp. I’m not a leather expert, but it feels way better than the stock boot and knob leather. The leather is the main reason I got this knob. The aluminum on the stock knob gets so hot in the summer and freezes my hand in the winter. I haven't had the opportunity to drive in really cold temperatures but I suspect it will be much better than straight aluminum. I don't know what material the stock locking nut is, but I am very pleased to know that the new one is stainless steel.

Installation: I would bet the installation is easier than replacing the wind shield wipers. The directions were straight forward and color coded. The most difficult part was making sure the knob was oriented correctly as there is now method of measurement. You're just gonna have to "eyeball" it. I tightened mine enough to not move it while driving, but if I put two hands on it and gritted my teeth, I could slightly adjust it clockwise or counter. I did this about 3 or 4 times while driving (at a stop light of course), until I was satisfied at its orientation. Who knows if it's perfect, but its all about how if feels for you when you use it. If you like it off by a degree or two, go for it. I did notice that the shifter leaver is not centered in the housing. It is offset by a bit, closer to the driver.
Much more functional and fun compared to the OEM knob. The extra weight and size feels more proportional to the rest of the shifter and it’s easier to stick the grip during quick shifts. Plus, yeah, it doesn’t get crazy hot like the OEM one.
Perfect, as soon as I put this on I was in love. You guys nailed this one!
Size and weight are bang on and so are the looks (red stitch)
It does lift your shifter height about an inch. But shift quality and grip are so much better!
The leather is high quality and I love the weight. The stitching matches factory 2019 SI stitching. It feels as if this shift knob should have come with the car from the factory.
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