Used on a street trials bike for multi surfaces. Has mostly been street yet it is an off road tire primarily for trails in all conditions. Have ridden skate parks, bmx track, logs, stones, jumps, and rails. Going tubeless this week and can't wait to continue the ride. My best surprise was black Friday after thanksgiving during a rainy wet rock ride. The tires stuck and hydraulic brakes helped but the surface was slippery. The tire has met all expectations with only a month in from weather, drifting soil, and street trails. They rule. I expect to repeat and grab the Race Kings.
I replaced a set of 45NRTH Huskers with these Ednas to get more tire volume (4.0 4.3). The difference is amazing on mud and other slick surfaces. The rolling resistance seems a little higher though so it's more work to push them along. They installed tubeless first try with the help of a tube to set one bead. No leaks or flats in 250 miles so far. Good price too.
This was an easy install as a tubeless tire. I've only ridden it a couple of times and it's a significant improvement on the dusty summer trails in Hood River. I ended up replacing both tires because they are working for me that well.
I have used this here in the Pacific Northwest as well as the trails all around Sedona. It handles all these conditions extremely well. Rolls nicely, grips nicely and appears that it will hold up. Zero complaints.