Stan's NoTubes Baron S1 Boost Wheel - 27.5in

Stan's NoTubes Baron S1 Boost Wheel - 27.5in
Stan's NoTubes Baron S1 Boost Wheel - 27.5in
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Baron S1 Boost Wheel - 27.5in by Stan's NoTubes
Hook up your trail rig with the stout support and reliable strength of the Stans Baron S1 27. 5in Boost Wheel. The Baron S1 is an inexpensive upgrade to the flimsier stock wheels that come with many all-mountain rigs, giving you a worthy wheelset for riding across a variety of trail systems. The WideRight rim profile ensures you're laying down a proper tire footprint without it being overly bulbous or bell-like, which makes tires prone to pinch-flats, sidewall slashes, and burps around hard corners. 6061 aluminum alloy optimizes its strength-to-weight for reliable use on the trail without worrying about the inevitable thrashing that occurs. Seeing that Stans is a tubeless pioneer, the Baron S1 features Bead Socket Technology (BST), which is a fancy way of saying that the rim secures to the bead of your tire for a secure tubeless set-up without it burping out air. Another worthy feature, the Neo hubs features a responsive 10-degree engagement for easily getting up and over trail impediments standing in your way.

SKU: SNT0040
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