When you hail from a mountainous region like the Swiss Alps, saddling up on your bike without the confidence of sure-stopping brakes is ill advised. Thankfully, SwissStop knows what it's like to cruise down steep alpine canyons, and rocky terrain with sheer drop offs after steep corners, which is why it puts so much emphasis into creating trustworthy brake pads that can hold up to heat, offer exceptional modulation, and last longer than before. The SwissStop Disc E Brake Pads are built for just that, with a proprietary organic compound that allows for high temperature stability, high endurance, and a simply quiet pad that's friendlier to your rotors than metallic compounds. The organic compound used by SwissStop blends ceramic, Kevlar, brass, and resin. This compound provides with the modulation and quiet of an organic pad, but retains durability, and wet-riding performance that you find from a metallic pad. The pads are intended for mountain biking, but work for any disc application where compatible. The pads come in 8 different models with diverse compatibility, and perform well in all conditions with little noise.
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