Stan's NoTubes Arch S1 29in Wheel

Stan's NoTubes Arch S1 29in Wheel
$278.00
Arch S1 29in Wheel by Stan's NoTubes
Price subject to change | SKU: SNT003R

Stan's NoTubes Arch S1 29in Wheel

Tough enough to handle the most technical trails while remaining light enough to rip XC laps, the Stan's Notubes Arch S1 29in Wheel versatile design brings your riding to the next level. This wheel is built to provide you with unrivaled traction and control when you're running 2. 25-2. 5in wheels, while the alloy rims, stainless steel rim eyelets, and easily replaceable standard spokes max out its levels of durability. Stan's Notubes Wideright rim design focuses on a problem that other wheels fail to address: the fact that many rims just don't work well with the tires we're all using. Rims that are too narrow create less stability and control in the corners, and less traction on climbs, while rims that are too wide distort the tire profile and decrease traction and control, resulting in impacts being driven directly into the rim and negating what would be an absorbing advantage of the tire's volume. Stan's Notubes Wideright rim design strikes the perfect balance between tire volume and sidewall function to give you a ride that allows for maximum traction and control with minimal rolling resistance. The Arch S1 is built on Stan's Notubes' faster-engaging, CNC-machined Neo Hubs for strength and precision. This hub boasts fast Durasync 10-degree engagement and simultaneous 6-pawl engagement for maximum durability and performance, while also using triple-freehub bearings to offer axle stability to handle higher vertical and torsional loads. Then, the wide bearing stance and axle design reduce flex and add durability, while the low-drag main seal prevents contamination and lessens resistance for smooth riding.

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