Sale Ends May 27

WTB  Judge Tire - 29

Sale Ends May 27
$67.39Compared to $89.95Save 25%
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Color: Black
Size: 29 IN x 2.4 IN
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A rowdy and rear-focused tire, the WTB Judge has a flatter profile to more easily reach the burly outer knobs that dig in to keep you glued to off-camber corners—from dry and loose to wet and sloppy.


  • Features a rear-focused design with wide, blocky knobs that maximize braking traction and improve the longevity of the tire
  • Centerline knobs alternate between long and wide to provide the hard-braking traction and efficiency required of a rear tire
  • Long, thick knobs in every area of the tread till through rocky terrain without folding under heavy cornering forces
  • Each knob features full-length siping to increase the amount of edges contacting the trail
  • Side-to-side tread arc is flatter than most tires so the side knobs engage sooner on corners compared to a rounder profile
  • Standardized Tubeless Compatible System (TCS) nearly eliminates flats and allows lower tire pressures to improve traction and comfort over a traditional tubular tire
  • TCS Tough tubeless casing uses 2 layers of casing that span bead-to-bead to ensure every surface is more resistant to punctures
  • TriTec technology blends 3 rubber compounds for different levels of traction, support and durability based on placement in the tread
  • Designed to pair well with the WTB Verdict tire on the front (not included)
  • Ideal for dirt, loose, rocky and wet conditions
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Technical Specs

Item #219170
Best Use

Mountain Biking

Wheel Size

29 inches

Tire Width

2.4 inches

Bead Type




Thread Count Casing (tpi)

60 threads per inch

Tread Type

Knobby Tread

Recommended Pressure (psi)

20-35 pounds per square inch


1,427 grams

Tire Type

Tubeless Ready

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