WTB Resolute Light Tire

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The set-it-and-forget-it gravel go-to for all seasons and most conditions, the WTB Resolute Light tire's knobby tread sheds mud with ease so you don't have to swap tires based on the weather.

  • Features

    • Knobby tread with ample spacing helps prevent mud from packing on when conditions turn wet
    • Small, square knobs with substantial surface area deliver speed and efficiency, then bite into a variety of terrains under pedaling or braking force
    • Rows of outer knobs are connected by a supportive base that runs the entire circumference of the tire for more confident cornering
    • Dual DNA Compound delivers efficiency, traction and durability; fast-rolling centerline features firmer rubber while softer, slow-rebounding side knobs improve grip/control
    • Standardized Tubeless Compatible System (TCS) nearly eliminates flats and allows lower tire pressures to improve traction and comfort over a traditional tubular tire
    • TCS Light tubeless casing features 1 layer of casing to minimize rotational weight while increasing the overall liveliness of the tire
    • SG2 puncture protection technology provides bead-to-bead coverage to ensure both the tread and sidewall are protected from slashes and punctures
    • Ideal for hard-packed terrain, dirt, gravel, loose and wet conditions

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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Gravel Cycling

    Wheel Size

    650B x 42 MM: 650b

    700C x 42 MM: 700c

    Tire Width

    42 millimeters

    Foldable Tires

    Yes

    Tubeless

    Yes

    Thread Count Casing (tpi)

    120 threads per inch

    Tread Type

    Knobby Tread

    Bead Type

    Folding

    Recommended Pressure (psi)

    25-50 pounds per square inch

    Weight

    650B x 42 MM: 525 grams

    700C x 42 MM: 565 grams

    Tire Type

    Tubeless Ready

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