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Nicotine Studded Winter MTB Tire (Folding)

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Addicted to traction.

The 45Nrth Nicotine Studded 29 Inch Tire sticks your bike to the ground in snowy and icy conditions. This high-volume tire lets you better stay afloat on winter terrain while simultaneously providing a wider contact patch for the generously-spaced and siped lugs that grip and shed snow for lasting performance. To further your traction in the most extreme conditions, 222 aluminum-carbide studs are inserted across the tire with concave tips that provide a sharp attack angle that only gets sharper with wear.

29 x 2.35”. Folding bead. 120 TPI casing. Concave Aluminum Carbide spikes.

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Wheel Size: 29 (ISO 622) 


ISO (ETRTO) Size: 64-622 mm


Threads Per Inch: 120 TPI


Max Pressure: 75 PSI

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by Dan
Bozeman Montana
2 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

An excellent tire that rides well in snow and ice, powder and packed conditions. Tires are used on a Salsa Fargo. Fit is perfect.

Reviewed 12/16/2016
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