All the rims out there are decent enough and will last for years on a snow bike. If you need something burly, look at the large marge, otherwise you just need to figure out what best suits your needs and preferences. There are a whole variety of "snow" rims from Speedway, Vicious and others in various widths and weights. If you need max float go wider, if you are a weight weenie and float is less of a concern go narrower. IMO the sweetspot for the kind of riding I do is 70mm Speedway rims - a nice balance of low weight, decent float and good quality - but you really can't go wrong with any of the offerings out there.
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