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The New Standard In Hardpack Traction — Continental Xynotal
Continental's brand new line of gravity tires has arrived! This means a full range of big, beefy, downhill-focused bruisers with no shortage of grip, tooth, cornering confidence, durability and monster traction available in four condition-specific models — from hardpack trails to loose and muddy downhill lines.
The Continental Xynotal 29er is specifically designed for superior traction through dry and hardpack terrain featuring tightly-packed, fast-rolling ramped and siped lugs for plenty of grip. The Xynotal 29er is ready to party in a 2.4" width, equally at home in the front or rear. Available in three casing options — trail, enduro, and downhill to fit your preferred riding style.
29x2.4" tubeless ready clincher tire
Optimized for dry, hardpack conditions
Tightly-packed ramped and siped knobs grip hardpacked surfaces
Available in trail, enduro, or downhill casing
Weight: 1040g (trail casing)
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The product weight specified is an approximate weight based on the manufacturer's specifications (if available) or our measurement of one or two examples. For most products, the weight will typically vary by 5% to 10%.
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