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Industry Nine Trail 245 29in Boost Wheelset

$1,245.00

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    • Black, 15X110/12x148 TA, Shimano/SRAM HG 24H
      $1,245.00
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      $1,245.00
    • Red, 15X110/12x148 TA, SRAM XD 24H
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    • Black, 15X110/12x148 TA, Shimano/SRAM HG 32H
      $1,245.00
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      $1,245.00
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      $1,245.00
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    Building on tradition.

    For the new Trail 245 29in Boost Wheelset, Industry Nine expands the internal rim width to 24.5mm, widens the bead seats, and shortens the bead wall to provide a sturdier platform with improved performance with today’s wider tires. This wider platform not only adds strength and improves traction, but also prevents “burp” flats when you’re running lower pressures—it’s a stronger, more durable, and all around higher performing pair of hoops. For added impact resistance, the Trail 245s feature a thicker bead wall and tapered downwall, which reinforces critical areas without adding unnecessary weight.

    Industry Nine finishes the Trail 245 with the reliably smooth Torch S-series hubs. Boasting 3-degree/120-point engagement, the Torch S-series hub jump to life under a swift and powerful pedal stroke.

    • Item #NIN001E

    Tech Specs

    Rim Material
    aluminum
    Wheel Size
    29 in
    Tire Type
    tubeless, clincher
    Rim Width
    [internal] 24.5 mm, [external] 28.5 mm
    Brake Compatibility
    6-bolt disc
    Hubs
    Torch
    Front Axle
    15 x 110mm Boost
    Rear Axle
    12 x 148mm Boost
    Spoke Count
    24, 32
    Max Rider Weight
    200 lb
    Claimed Weight
    1,480 g
    Recommended Use
    mountain bike, trail
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 years

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    Light, strong and doesn't break the bank

      The engagement on these are phenomenal. I have mine paired with a 2.5 front and 2.3 rear on a yeti sb 4.5. Have taken several blunt strikes into rocks and gave me scare. The wheels not only didn't bend but stayed true. If your looking for a nice set of wheels but not looking to drop a fortune on some nice carbon hoops then look hard at these.

      Tech clarifications on 32h/24h Trail 245

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Industry Nine recently updated some important tech spec's pertaining to their trail wheels. Enjoy.
      ***32 hole 29" wheels:
      Weight: Set 1650g, Front 765g, Rear 885g
      Rider Weight: Recommended 230lbs/105kg max
      ***24 hole 29" wheels:
      Weight: Set 1560g, Front 720g, Rear 840g
      Rider Weight: Recommended 210lbs/95kg max

      Best Wheelset You Can Buy Under $2k

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Got these wheels as I wasnt quite ready to drop the full $2600ish to get Enves, and didnt really trust any carbon wheels lower than that. First thing I noticed was the engagement. I've read about the 3 degree engagement on paper, but always just assumed that it was a lot of marketing. Even the industry stalwart, DT Swiss 240 with its 20 degree engagement, seems really slow to hook up compared to I9. The weight of this wheelset is adequate for its width, and having a 24.5 interior width allows me to run 2.3 and 2.4 tires that fit nicely. One additional thing to add is that these hubs are LOUD. Whether or not you like loud freehubs, its an additional benefit on crowded trails as its hard for people not to hear you coming when you are coasting. These wheels come with rim tape and valve stems already pre-installed, and setting them up tubeless with Maxxis tires was a cinch that i was able to do on my first try.

      Best Wheelset You Can Buy Under $2k