Here is one of my latest builds. Limited Edition Chris King sour apple hubs laced to a set of NOX Composites XCR-29 rims. Wheelsmith DB-14 spokes were used along with sour apple alloy nipples. I’m not a weight weenie but for those who might want to know, weight came in at 1650gr.
You might not be able to tell from the picture but the front is a Chris King Lefty hub. Quite a bit heavier than a stock Cannondale Lefty hub, but you get the quality, reliability, and colors of Chris King. I use Wheelsmith DB-14 spokes for a lot of MTB builds. When DT Comps or Sapim Race spokes are too much and Revolution or Lasers are not enough, the DB-14 slots in close to the middle. Perfect for disc applications.
The NOX XCR-29 rims were the first in the NOX lineup. They now have many new models including the Skyline, Teocalli, Farlow and the brand new Kitsuma 27.5 42mm wide rim.
As both a Chris King and NOX Composites dealer I have access to all their models. Except the limited edition Sour Apple, of course.