Industry Nine Enduro S 29in Boost Wheelset

Industry Nine Enduro S 29in Boost Wheelset
Industry Nine Enduro S 29in Boost Wheelset
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Enduro S 29in Boost Wheelset by Industry Nine
Get rowdy with the Industry Nine Enduro S 29in Boost Wheelset. Blending the strength and durability you need for repetitive runs with a price that'll leave cash in the bank for lift tickets and post-ride bevvies, these wheels add a dose of modern technology to stay current with the newest frame trends. If you've been looking for a solid aluminum wheelset to get the most out of your new boost axle-equipped frame, this is it.The Enduro S rim borrows pieces from the top-end Torch Mountain System wheels to provide an ideal balance of width and weight. Made from alloy, these rims boast a 30. 5mm internal rim width and low-profile bead hooks for impeccable tire seating with or without tubes. At the center, Industry Nine laces the rims to a set of Torch S-series hubs to keep everything turning smoothly and hiccup-free. With three A2 steel pawls and a 60t drive ring, each hub provides a 6-degree/60-point engagement range for efficient power transfer and lightning-fast responsiveness the second you push on the pedals.

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SKU: NIN002A
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