ENVE SES 2.2 Alloy Hub Wheelset - Clincher

ENVE SES 2.2 Alloy Hub Wheelset - Clincher
ENVE SES 2.2 Alloy Hub Wheelset - Clincher
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SES 2.2 Alloy Hub Wheelset - Clincher by ENVE
Cyclists who spend their days in the mountains and hills will fare best with some lightweight climbing wheels that won't hold them back on the challenging climbs, high-speed descents, and unpredictable weather conditions encountered on these types of rides. Constructed using ENVE's industry-leading carbon technologies, the SES 2. 2's are built for the steep grades and the long, winding roads of your favorite local climbs. Their low weight propels you up steep mountain roads with surprising efficiency, while the textured brake track adds impressive all-weather braking performance on the descents. And despite their shallow rim depth, the 2. 2's underwent extensive wind tunnel testing to ensure that aerodynamic drag is reduced as much as possible, and that stability remains constant in changing wind conditions.

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