WTB Vulpine Light Tire

$65.95
Color: Black
Size: 700C x 36 MM
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Prioritizing all-out efficiency without sacrificing climbing or braking traction, the WTB Vulpine Light tire features a race-focused design for gravel riders looking to lead the pack.

  • Features

    • Tightly spaced center knobs form a nearly uninterrupted centerline to reduce rolling resistance; the smooth-rolling surface also improves tread longevity
    • Short knobs packing the rest of the tread promote efficiency, minimize the chance of punctures and deliver predictable traction
    • Overall knob profile mimics a high-volume road tire to provide cornering confidence in a variety of different terrains and conditions
    • 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
    • Ideal for pavement, hard-packed terrain, dirt and gravel conditions
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    Imported.

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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Gravel Cycling

    Wheel Size

    700c

    Tire Width

    36 millimeters

    Foldable Tires

    Yes

    Tubeless

    Yes

    Thread Count Casing (tpi)

    60 threads per inch

    Tread Type

    Knobby Tread

    Bead Type

    Folding

    Weight

    381 grams

    Tire Type

    Tubeless Ready

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