Reynolds Blacklabel 347 Boost Wheelset - 27.5in

Reynolds Blacklabel 347 Boost Wheelset - 27.5in
Reynolds Blacklabel 347 Boost Wheelset - 27.5in
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Blacklabel 347 Boost Wheelset - 27.5in by Reynolds
As tires get wider so do rims, and over the past couple of seasons 2. 6in wide tires have become an increasingly popular choice as riders catch on to the benefits of running higher volume tires at lower pressures for increased grip and confidence. Many newer trail bikes are available stock with 2. 6in rubber, and plenty have clearance for 2. 8 or even 3. 0in plus tires, increasing the demand for high-performance wheelsets with the proper internal width to support these tires. Reynolds, one of the early pioneers of quality carbon mountain bike wheels, is now stepping up to the plate by widening their revered Blacklabel series wheels to a whopping 34mm internal width, making them perfectly suited to this new crop of wider trail rubber while capably supporting tire widths ranging from 2. 3 - 3. 2in wide, ensure you have no shortage of tread options. So here we are, happy to present the Blacklabel 347 Boost Wheelset as one of the best options on the market for carbon trail bike wheels. In addition to being uncommonly wide, the Blacklabel indicates that these wheels are uncommonly engineered. They feature Reynolds' Mountain Rim 5 (MR5) lay-up, which involves five different carbon matrixes applied to five different areas of the wheel. If that sounds decidedly immoderate, well, it is--the construction process is more complicated than many framesets. Reynold uses an asymmetrical rim profile that equalizes spoke tension, resulting in a stronger wheelset that also finds a nice balance between stiffness and compliance. This translates to a ride that powers through the rocks without deflecting when you pick the wrong line and would otherwise get bucked around. Boost hubs have also become a staple around the Competitive office and the industry as a whole because of their increased responsiveness. It's something of an old story by now, but it's worth rehashing: by setting the flanges wider Reynolds (or more accurately, Industry Nine) improves the spoke bracing angle, which s...

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