Not light? What do you suggest then? I am also looking at Xentis 5.8 silver line, but they are not lighter. As mentioned, i prefer clincher. Sadly i don't find much of info of zerocx wheelsets. They seems to offer a nice set for the money though.They are sharp looking, and an intriguing design from a materials and manufacturing perspective.
They are also not terribly light, aerodynamically meh, and hideously expensive.
Excellent for a show bike. Less good for either a training bike or a race bike, as far as I'm concerned.
Perhaps they won't, but if you look for something offering a lower weight Mad is surely among the lighter. Do you mean Mad supposedly will fail?The "2.0" connotation by MAD is misleading, as can be expected from marketing hype.
Their meaning of "2.0" means its a revised standard wheel. In other words, the standard spoked wheel as we've known for the past generations has been superseded by some new magical wheel that is surely all things to all people.
If you have to have deep dish for whatever reason, my advice is to buy the 9000 C50 clincher wheels. You will have more value for your money than with any other hip carbon wheel. And best of all, you need not ever worry about braking, in wet weather or on 5000' descents. These wheels don't fail, period.