Maximum Float Studded Bike Tire — 45Nrth Dillinger 5
The extra width of the 45Nrth Dillinger 5 27.5" Fat Bike Tire allows you to rail icy off-camber singletrack with confidence and control, while taller side lugs bring improved cornering in snowy conditions.
The 45Nrth Dillinger 5 Studded 60 TPI 27.5" Fat Bike Tire has a center tread which is tightly spaced for speed when you need it so you can power up an icy climb and rip down the other side.
This studded version comes with 252 concave aluminum carbide studs to provide extra bite and increased durability.
How does the Dillinger 5 Fat Bike tire handle the snow? Learn more at the BikeTiresDirect blog, where a member of our Customer Service team shares his thoughts.
650b x 4.3"
252 concave aluminum carbide studs grip ice
Braced side lugs improve cornering
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Let it snow Let it snow...45Nrth Studded tires
North West Illinois
I look forward to winter riding, especially fat bike biking on the local mountain bike trails, but icy conditions shut down the action. No matter how big and knobby the tires, bare rubber never grips on bare ice. I got the Dillingers this fall and now that snow and ice have arrived I've had a chance to try out the studded tires - what a difference they make ripping' the trails and carving the corners just like firm dry ground. The tires seem to have the right depth of tread for groomed trails - deep enough to grip in powder, but shallow enough in the center to make for smooth rolling on hard surfaces. Lots of studs for grip on ice. The tires were easy to set up for tubeless running. Gonna be a fun winter.
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