Hydra Enduro 315 Carbon 27.5in Boost Wheelset by Industry Nine
Artists seek to master both narrow and broad brush strokes to complete the skillset and own their landscapes. The creative folks over at Industry Nine have taken to the studio to produce the Hydra Enduro 315 Carbon 27. 5in Boost Wheelset for all-mountain control. Industry Nine describes it as the crossing of a gladiator and a gymnast, so we can certainly imagine ourselves having options on trails that would send lesser wheels back to the drawing board. The soul of the Enduro 315 plays around in the Hydra 32-hole hubs, which are fined-tuned from stock aluminum into highly refined masterpieces ready for rowdy drop-ins and full effort switchbacks. The six-pawl freehub engages at a 0. 52-degree angle for a response that feels it is hard-wired to the brain.The 27. 5in wheel size provides fast accelerations and nimble steering, while the 31. 5mm internal width supports 2. 3-2. 6in tires to suit terrain-specific needs. The Enduro can be run tubeless or with a tube-type clincher tire if needed and can support riders up to 260 pounds. And with a limited lifetime warranty, we eager to put this wheelset and ourselves to the test.
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