You're not one to let gravity keep you down -- instead your ambitions keep you floating above the ground, sometimes quite literally, with plush tires floating you over chunky trails and root-latticed tree lines. Designers at Reynolds seem to share your passion for the float, which comes across strong with their TR 367 Boost 27. 5in Wheelset. With lofty ambitions, the TR 367's offer impeccable carbon layups akin to Reynolds' Blacklabel series, but with stretched out internals with a whopping 36mm of space for running beefy tires that soar over chatter and tire-gobbling rock gardens with a certain level of power that's hard to beat with a narrower rim. This is paired up with an in-house crafted hub for quick actuation, and a price tag that doesn't sting to look at. To shave a few digits off of the price tag, the designers at Reynolds crafted up their own hub for the TR 367. Using CNC machining, a three-pawl hub was constructed from aluminum, offering quick responsiveness, and 10-degree engagement. We won't try to convince you that there's not a noticable difference between the 10-degrees of the TR367, and the snappier hubs of Reynolds' Blacklabel, but once you're on the trail and ripping we're confident that you'll be pleased with the quick power these hubs transfer to the trail. The TR 367S wheels are built with asymmetrical rims that we also saw on the Blacklabel series, which enables a stronger wheel through more even spoke tension. This translates to a ride that powers through the rocks without deflecting when you pick the wrong line and would otherwise get bucked around. When combined with the wide, Boost spacing, the wheels strength truly shines through with a completely evenly tensioned wide angle to keep you locked into your line no matter what. While Boost may not be news to quite a lot of us, it's worth reiterating how it works: by setting the flanges wider, Reynolds is able to improve the spoke bracing angle, which stiffens the wheels laterally and tor...
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