The carbon rims measure an aggressive 90mm in depth while the special R4 TT front hub features both extra-narrow spoke flanges to reduce frontal area as well as aero-profile end caps to further cut drag.
Just sixteen Sapim bladed stainless steel spokes are used out back while the front makes do with only twelve. Variable Nipple Bed internal geometry adds carbon material around each nipple for increased wheel durability, too, while removing layers from in between the spokes where they're not needed.
Total wheel weight is an impressive 1,424g for the pair while pricing is also a surprisingly reasonable (relatively speaking) US$1,900.
The new EC90 SL will now get a new all-carbon clincher variant.
The tubular features a versatile 36mm-deep profile and
The new 36mm-deep clincher version moves up the weight scale a tad to 1,465g for the pair but feature an all-new ThermaTec brake track that Easton claims is far better at dissipating heat than conventional treatments on long descents while also providing better braking modulation.
The new Haven will fill in the void in between the XC One and Havoc with a medium-width tubeless-compatible rim plus a convertible front hub usable with either 9mm quick release or 15mm thru-axle forks.
Unique eyelets accept special double-threaded spoke nipples, too, that also allow
The machined alloy hubs use straight-pull spokes front and rear and the front hub is also convertible between 9mm quick release and 15mm thru-axle standards.
Claimed weight for the pair is just 1,650g in the 26" version and 1,785g for the available 29er.
Suggested retail price is US$849.99 for the set.
The Attack integrated aero bar gets updated for 2010 with a new collet system to attach the extensions.
In non-wheel news,
In addition, the lightweight EC90 SL carbon road fork will be offered in a tapered 1 1/8"-to-1 1/2" configuration for use on many newer frames.
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