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Mavic Deemax Pro Sam Hill 27.5″ Boost Wheelset
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Whether you’re an enduro racer or an all-mountain ripper, you need a wheel that delivers the perfect balance of strength, stiffness and lightweight agility—so you can push it on rowdy descents and still hammer up climbs with efficiency.
The Deemax Pro, weighing 1930g, gives you the confidence to nail new lines and carry more speed on technical downhill terrain. It was developed with input from top pro racers, including 2017/2018/2019 Enduro World Series champion Sam Hill.
The rims are lightweight, yet also strong enough to withstand the abuses of hard-charging trail riding. Our innovative ISM 4D manufacturing process removes any unnecessary material from the rim. This process minimizes weight and reduces inertia while leaving enough material on the sidewalls and spoke bed where most of the stresses apply.
The internal rim width, which affects tire shape and size, is 28mm based on the choice of our pro riders. The result is a wheel that’s strong and light for acceleration and control on the most aggressive trails.
The wheel is laced with 24 Zicral spokes for maximum power and brake torque transfer. The rear hub features our fast-engaging ID 360 freehub and is compatible with any drivetrain setup. The front hub is 15×100/20×110 or 15×110 (Boost) compatible, and the rear wheel comes in 12×142 or 12×148 (Boost).
Ultra-responsive ride quality.
28mm wide (internal) rims proven fastest through extensive testing with top pro enduro racers.
ISM 4D construction, Isopulse lacing and 24 Zicral spokes deliver maximum acceleration in a lightweight package.
Confident handling and durability you can count on.
ISM 4D rim technology minimizes weight without sacrificing strength.
Maxtal alloy rims and Zicral spokes for added strength and durability.
UST Tubeless for added traction and control.
User-friendly tubeless technology for better traction and control with reduced risk of punctures.
Wheelset ships with UST valves.
Occasionally, without notice, manufacturers change product design and/or specifications.