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Easton
2016 EC90 SL Disc Clincher Wheelset

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Being one of the most popular wheelsets in the peloton, you already know how fast the Easton EC90 SL wheels are. The 38 mm deep carbon hoops use the same blunt-nose Fantom shape of Easton's slippery Aero 55 but scale it down for a mid-depth profile that makes the EC90 SL a versatile race wheelset that excels all around. Now all that speed comes with an equal amount of stop, as the EC90 SL Disc Clinchers come laced to Easton's M1 disc brake compatible hubs for the utmost braking power for the growing contingent of disc brake road and cyclocross bikes.

The hubs are hand-laced two-cross with 20 straight-pull Sapim spokes up front and 24 in the back. The wide 19 mm internal rim width ekes the most traction out of your rubber, which even includes Road Tubeless™ tire systems should you choose to run them. Out of the box, the EC90 SL Disc Clincher wheelset is set up 9 x 100 mm front and 10 x 135 mm rear, but the front is convertible to a 15 x 100 mm thru-axle, and the rear is convertible to 12 x 135 mm or 12 x 142 mm using conversion kits from Easton. Shimano / SRAM 8/9/10/11 compatible freehub. 6-bolt rotor mounts.

Claimed weight is 1674 g. Compatible with disc brakes only.

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Weight: 1610 grams

 

Weight: 1610 grams

 

Wheel Features: Disc Brake Compatible 

 

Rim Diameter: 622 

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