I bought the tan walls in 29s and instantly loved em. About the same as any tubeless tire to install. I mounted the on my mavic cosmic rims, filled em with Muc-off sealant and rode em since September till last week (2.1.21)when I finally got a deep cut on the rear tire. Overall they had about 2K miles on em and did awesome. They feel smooth, handle well in wet, cold, hot, and stick in hard fast corners. Only drawback is that after about 2 months the tan wall started to brown. And by the time I switched em they looked as brown and ugly as old boot leather. Granted yes I know they will change in color but it seemed as if they browned a lot faster and more than other tan walls. Other than that they're great and worth the money. A good switch from the GP5000s I had been running
The description does not do ENVE justice as it says "Full carbon shell with Ceramic Speed bearings". These come with the newer ENVE carbon design. Check out ENVE's website. I bought these wheels here and asked Western Bike Works to update the specs as you are getting a better product than advertised.
This seat post is expensive but what an upgrade, it adds a level of comfort I did not expect. Iï¿½m a heavy rider so this might not be noticeable to some but I can feel the seat post flex slightly on larger bumps and potholes, combined with the Cambium C13 saddle I might have the most comfortable bike on the planet. I have done plenty of long rides including a 105 mile mission and have not had to worry about saddle discomfort at all. The clamp is a bit tricky to set up especially if your used to the traditional clamps but nothing you canï¿½t handle, an added benefit is the effective setback is definitely greater than 25mm if needed since the clamping area is so small. ENVE also supplies clamps for both round and oval rails, most companies would rather sell you the oval setup separately. I really canï¿½t recommend this seat post enough, if you want to drastically improve your ride donï¿½t hesitate to buy it.