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Replacement Aluminum-Carbide Studs

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Throughout your time on the ice, a few studs are bound to get sacrificed to winter's harsh terrain. Replace your fallen studs with these high-quality carbide-tipped ones from 45Nrth. They feature concave crowns that provide a sharp attack angle for excellent grip, and as they wear, the edge only gets finer to maintain performance throughout their lifespan.

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by Grimes
Competitive Racer
Minneapolis, MN
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Added some traction to my Wolfgars this past weekend using 45NRTH's tool along with these studs. The concave tip makes the studs noticeably sharper than the ones in my tires. So far I'm a big fan. The only downside is now I want to replace my existing tire studs with these.

Reviewed 2/3/2017
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Great traction on hard pack snow and ice
by AnchorageRider
Cycling Enthusiast

I replaced the cheap studs on my Bontrager Gnarwhal fatbike tires. The new studs installed without a problem and I installed them over the course of a few weeks. The 27.5 x 4.5 Gnarwhal uses 216 studs per tire. Overall very impressed with the studs. Traction was notably improved over the old studs. Rides were over a mix of hard pack snow, fresh powder and plenty of ice.

Reviewed 4/21/2018
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