Reynolds 27.5 Enduro Blacklabel Superboost Wheelset

Reynolds 27.5 Enduro Blacklabel Superboost Wheelset
Reynolds 27.5 Enduro Blacklabel Superboost Wheelset
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27.5 Enduro Blacklabel Superboost Wheelset by Reynolds
Built to take on the rowdiest terra-firma you can find, Reynolds' Blacklabels fear no trail. A few years they might've been classified as gravity wheels, but with how aggressive modern enduro courses have become these are the new standard for aggressive trail riders. Though they're capable of blasting through World Cup rock gardens, any cyclist who finds themselves on the wrong side of poor line choices will appreciate the get out of jail free card that wide rims and plush tires provide, and it's difficult to overstate just how good Reynolds is at crafting a strong carbon fiber rim.

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