ethirteen All-Terrain 2.4 in. Versatile Tread Tire - Trail Control

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All-terrain basically says it all. The ethirteen All-Terrain 2.4 in. Versatile Tread Trail Control tire is a do-all tire designed with efficiency, extreme turn angle and braking traction in mind.

  • Features

    • All-around trail tire design is suited for conditions from hard-pack dirt to loam
    • Single-ply nylon Trail casing features a built-in nylon breaker for puncture resistance; a tubeless insert helps with air retention
    • Control compound is the hardest base from ethirteen, offering support and durability
    • Wide knobs and less distance from center tread to side knobs combine to offer consistent grip at all lean angles
    • Intermediate knob spacing accommodates most trail conditions
    • Center knobs feature parallel sipes for added stability while transitioning from straight line to cornering; perpendicular sipes add generous braking traction
    • Side knobs feature angled sipes, softening the corner of the knobs and bolstering traction when cornering; arched cutaways increase flexibility
    • Accordion sipes control deformation of the side knobs at extreme lean angles
    • Note: Tire images shown may not reflect size/color/material options available on this page


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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Mountain Biking

    Wheel Size

    27.5 IN x 2.4 IN: 27.5 inches

    29 IN x 2.4 IN: 29 inches

    Tire Width

    2.4 inches

    Foldable Tires




    Thread Count Casing (tpi)

    72 threads per inch

    Tread Type

    Knobby Tread

    Bead Type


    Recommended Pressure (psi)

    Max 50 pounds per square inch


    1,055 grams

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