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700 x 36mm - Tubeless Ready
Donnelly Tires X

Donnelly Tires
X'Plor MSO 700c Adventure Tire

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Tackle any terrain.

The Donnelly X'Plor MSO is a versatile tire is named in honor of the Missoula, Montana airport code, the home of the Adventure Cycling Association. Previously known as Clement, Donnelly tires feature a new name but the same great performance. It's designed for on or off-road adventures with an understated center tread rolls quickly on pavement while increasing traction on dirt and gravel roads. Chunky side knobs have been lifted from the PDX cross tire to bite down in loose conditions and inspire confidence in the corners. The result is a tire that's ready for virtually any riding conditions you might encounter.

This version of the Donelly X'Plor MSO features a 60 TPI Tubeless Ready casing and dual compound tread. 60 PSI recommended. Folding bead. 700c x 36, 700x40 and 700 x 50mm (36/40/50-622 ISO).

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Excellent tire !!
by Gravel junkie
Cycling Enthusiast
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Used these tires (700x50c) on my Specialized Elite gravel bike and rode the the first phase of the Great Divide Ride from Banff, AB to Whitefish, Montana. Had about 45 lbs. of gear on bike (self supported). While I could have used a wider tire to handle the fast descents, these tires nevertheless performed exceptionally well. Never had a flat either-)

Without the gear on the bike I could have ridden almost as fast as on my mountain bike. Recommend these tires!!

Reviewed 7/24/2018
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Love these tires.
by Anonymous
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I have used these tires since I did my first DK 200 on them 2 years ago. Not one issue with them. I run them tubeless or with tubes gor extra protection.

Reviewed 8/30/2018
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Raced them at Lost & Found.
by AMP
Competitive Racer
Shasta, CA
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

Ran them tubeless with 35 psi at this year's Lost & Found gravel grinder. They provided reliable handling in the rough stuff, and were smooth on the pavement sections. No problems through a bunch of rocky sections where others suffered flats. I was very pleased.

Reviewed 7/6/2018
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