ZENETTI WHEELS AND RIMS
Very early on in its lifetime, Zenetti Wheels earned a name for itself due to its creative designs that were so eye-catching that they turned heads and got noticed. Even back then, the brand's commitment to coming up with elegant and sophisticated designs that had a touch of class while still managing to look sporty was clearly evident. Seeing as it worked so well right from the very beginning, it is no surprise that Zenetti has continued to uphold that design philosophy and utilize it to great success.
- BELLAGIO - BlackZenettiStarting at: $368.00 (ea)$368.00
- BELLAGIO - Black-MachinedZenettiStarting at: $375.00 (ea)$375.00
- CAPRI - BlackZenettiStarting at: $368.00 (ea)$368.00
- CAPRI - Black-MachinedZenettiStarting at: $375.00 (ea)$375.00
- HEIR - Black-MachinedZenettiStarting at: $375.00 (ea)$375.00
- ROMA - Black-MachinedZenettiStarting at: $375.00 (ea)$375.00
- ROMA - BlackZenettiStarting at: $368.00 (ea)$368.00
- TORINO - BrushedZenettiStarting at: $345.00 (ea)$345.00
- TORINO - BlackZenettiStarting at: $315.00 (ea)$315.00
Initially, Zenetti's wheels predominantly utilized their own variant of split spoke architecture. By doing so, Zenetti was able to manufacture lightweight wheels that performed remarkably well while minimizing the production cost. The wheels were versatile enough to suit various applications, and Zenetti enjoyed a boost in popularity due to the attention their innovative approach garnered. Since then, the brand has continued to push forward to raise the bar further.
More recently, Zenetti began to make use of 2-piece welded technology instead. Once again, this innovation helped propel the brand forward due to the fact that the technology provided gains in terms of the strength of the wheels themselves while at the same time retaining the lightweight nature that was prized among enthusiasts. More importantly, the technology also allowed Zenetti to enable better fitments with a greater variety of widths and offsets, which made its wheels more adaptable to different sorts of purposes and requirements.
One area that hasn't changed much since the early days of the brand is the range of finishes that it tends to offer. The majority of the wheels that Zenetti manufactures uses machine polished finishes that allow for its signature two-toned look, though some are available in flat black or even brushed chrome. Elegance is the name of the game when it comes to the style the brand projects, and the classic finishes are the ones that it long ago decided suit it best.
Far from being a mundane brand, Zenetti Wheels has shown itself to be just as 'hip' and up to date as any other, though the brand sponsors the wheel industry's first ever official skate team. By teaming up with Dominic DeLuca of the famed skate shop and streetwear boutique Brooklyn Projects, Zenetti has taken a very hands-on approach to their sponsorship and handpicks the athletes that come under its banner. Among the factors that the brand considers is the trendsetting style of the skateboarders, in line with its own dedication to cutting-edge designs.
Already firmly established within the industry, Zenetti's popularity is showing no signs of waning. The brand's following has grown with every passing year and with the rising popularity of color customization, the detachable faces of Zenetti's wheels have become even more appealing. Assuming the brand keeps up its strong tradition of creative innovations, it is safe to say that it will continue to grow and cement its position as a market leader and continue to shear off any and all competition that may come its way.
| Posted by Leah | (Toronto / York, ON)
These wheels are amazing! I was looking everywhere for those rims. Finally found them on CARiD! I'd recommend these to anyone that wants a great looking wheel. Although pricey, it is a great price for a set of four.