WTB  Vigilante Light Tire

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The WTB Vigilante Light tire features square-lugged knobs that deliver unwavering traction and added height to ensure they dig even deeper into loose, unpredictable terrain—whether wet or dry.

Features

  • Front-focused design includes aggressive outer knobs that punch into corners and directional siping that grapples with rocks and roots
  • Square-lugged knobs with substantial circumferential spacing allows the tread to remain clear in sloppy conditions while still protecting the casing and sidewalls
  • Enclosed siping prevents knob flex and increases cornering support while also extending the life of the tread
  • Tall side knobs are supported by an elevated base to prevent them from folding under forceful cornering
  • Standardized Tubeless Compatible System (TCS) nearly eliminates flats and allows lower tire pressures to improve traction and comfort over a traditional tubular tire
  • TriTec technology blends 3 rubber compounds for different levels of traction, support and durability based on placement in the tread
  • TCS Light tubeless casing features a single-ply design and is ideal for XC and trail riding thanks to its minimal weight
  • SG2 puncture protection technology provides bead-to-bead coverage to ensure both the tread and sidewall are protected from slashes and punctures
  • Designed to pair well with the WTB Trail Boss 2.4 or 2.6 in. rear tire (not included)
  • Ideal for dirt, loose, rocky and wet conditions
  • 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 inches

Tire Width

2.5 inches

Bead Type

Folding

Tubeless

Yes

Thread Count Casing (tpi)

60 threads per inch

Tread Type

Knobby Tread

Recommended Pressure (psi)

20-35 pounds per square inch

Weight

1092 grams

Tire Type

Tubeless Ready

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