We know what you're thinking, carbon wheels can't hold up to your level of riding. But, what if we told you that the Easton Haven Carbon Wheel was made from a composite similar to those found in combat body armor We'll assume that an eyebrow has been raised. So, now that we've opened Pandora's box, let's get into what Easton calls its Armored Ballistic Composite ABC. As we already stated, Easton views its ABC as being akin to ultra light body armor seems excessive. However, Easton found that the inflicted damage to wheels from hard trail riding was quite similar to the ballistic impacts found in combat, albeit with no bullets involved. So, to meet the rigorous demands of all mountain riding, Easton developed a hybrid composite with carbon fiber and high modulus polyethylene HMPE a key component of both vehicle and body armor. Why carbon Well, if you review any material's strength to weight ratio data charts, you'll find that a carbon fiberepoxy construction outranks aluminum 4:1. Additionally, Easton used a different resin, MRES B, to bond the carbon of the wheel. This resin is exceptionally durable, which allowed Easton to use it sparingly in the construction process. As a result, the Havoc achieves a feather light weight while increasing impact resistance, stiffness, and durability. In fact, Easton is so confident in the Havoc's abilities that it's offering a no questions asked two year warranty. So, with weight and strength covered, Easton turned its focus to ease of use. Accordingly, the Havoc Carbon's are UST ready. In fact, the wheels feature an internal rim width of 21mm and an external rim width of 26mm. So, you can run any conceivable width or volume of trail tires with security and ease. And further along these lines, Easton is offering the Havoc wheels with nearly every axle configuration available. This means that the floodgates are now open for six inch travel forks and extensive all mountain rigs. For the build, Easton laced the rims...