Panaracer GravelKing SK Tire

Color: Tanwall
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Built to explore and go beyond paved roads, the Panaracer GravelKing SK tire's aggressive knobby pattern and tough AX-alpha casing are well suited to rough terrain.


  • Combination of tightly spaced center knobs, aggressive side knobs, puncture-resistance breaker and lightweight casing is ideal for riding on gravel, dirt, rough and pavement
  • 126 tpi AX-alpha casing is woven with extremely narrow, high-density cord for lightness and flexibility; the increased density improves resistance to cuts and abrasions
  • ZSG (Zero Slip Grip) natural rubber compound wears well and provides consistent performance through a wide range of temperatures
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Technical Specs

Best Use

Road Cycling

Gravel Cycling

Wheel Size

650B x 48 MM: 650b

700C x 32 MM: 700c

700C x 35 MM: 700c

700C x 38 MM: 700c

700C X 43 MM: 700c

Tire Width

650B x 48 MM: 48 millimeters

700C x 32 MM: 32 millimeters

700C x 35 MM: 35 millimeters

700C x 38 MM: 38 millimeters

700C X 43 MM: 43 millimeters

Bead Type




Thread Count Casing (tpi)

126 threads per inch

Tread Type

Knobby Tread

Recommended Pressure (psi)

650B x 48 MM: 50 pounds per square inch

700C x 32 MM: Tubed: 96; tubeless: 60 pounds per square inch

700C x 35 MM: Tubed: 70; tubeless: 60 pounds per square inch

700C x 38 MM: Tubed: 75; tubeless: 60 pounds per square inch

700C X 43 MM: 60 pounds per square inch


650B x 48 MM: 540 grams

700C x 32 MM: 320 grams

700C x 35 MM: 380 grams

700C x 38 MM: 420 grams

700C X 43 MM: 490 grams

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