The DT Swiss RR 411 rim features the most advanced alloy construction in the industry combined with the most advanced rim profile; this rim sets the benchmark for modern road racing rims.
The rim is created, then coated with a DT Swiss unique surface treatment to get the most out of aluminium. The finished rim is super-light, exceptionally strong and stylish. This version features an asymmetric design to provide the best performance with asymmetric hub flanges.
DT Swiss manufacture road, track and mountain bike wheels and wheel sets along with suspension forks and air shocks. DT Swiss have been connected with high quality wheel set design and performance since 1994. And now with the introduction of its own carbon production in 2007, DT Swiss shows its commitment to the development of high end bicycle components.
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