Teravail Ehline Light & Supple Tire - 27.5

$65.00to $70.00
Color: Black
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Built to roll fast without compromising on cornering performance, the Teravail Ehline tire helps you tackle challenging terrain thanks to its grippy, durable tread and Light & Supple casing.


  • Center lugs are short, tightly spaced and ramped to roll quickly; perpendicular siping provides grip during both braking and acceleration
  • Side lugs are taller and staggered, with parallel siping to enhance grip while leaning into a turn
  • Transition lugs are ramped to roll quickly and spaced out to shed mud; horseshoe-shaped siping allows lugs to conform to the terrain to maintain traction during braking
  • Tubeless-ready design helps prevent flats while providing lower-pressure traction and comfort
  • Light & Supple casing ensures a comfortable ride
  • 27.5 x 2.5 in. size Ehline has the same fast-rolling tread pattern as its smaller, 2.3 in. counterpart but with a larger contact patch for more traction and added volume
  • 27.5 x 2.3 in. size Ehline is a lower volume version of its 2.5 in. counterpart to decrease weight and decrease rolling resistance for a faster, more responsive XC experience
  • Ideal internal rim width for 27.5 x 2.5 in. size is 29 mm; ideal internal rim width for 27.5 x 2.3 in. size is 24 mm
  • Always check with your rim manufacturer to verify rim and tire compatibility before assembly or use
  • 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

27.5 IN x 2.3 IN: 2.3 inches

27.5 IN x 2.5 IN: 2.5 inches

Bead Type




Thread Count Casing (tpi)

60 threads per inch

Tread Type

Knobby Tread

Recommended Pressure (psi)

25-45 pounds per square inch


27.5 IN x 2.3 IN: 735 grams

27.5 IN x 2.5 IN: 810 grams

Tire Type

Tubeless Ready

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