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Over the top.
The ENVE SES 2.2 Carbon Clincher Wheelset is practically your own Sherpa to the top of the mountain. It takes the load off with a claimed weight of just 1375 g for the pair, and the rims are 27 mm wide and 25 mm deep with a profile that was optimally shaped in the wind tunnel to provide the highest stability in gusty alpine winds, which is no small detail considering these wheels were developed for getting world class riders over HC climbs at the Tour de France.
For further weight savings and increased performance, the rims are tubeless compatible and are designed to be most efficient when mated to a 25 mm tire. ENVE's molded-in brake track features an improved texture that grips better in the wet for shorter stopping distances, and the included carbon-specific brake pads make sure you get from 60 to naught in the minimum time possible. Combined with the renowned DT Swiss 240 hubset, this wheelset is ready to take on the highest-caliber races.
Built in Utah. 20 spoke count front / 24 rear. Claimed weight is 1375 g. Includes skewers and ENVE carbon-specific brake pads.
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