The Hutchinson Overide Gravel Tire is a versatile dire designed for performance across all surfaces. Featuring a semi-slick tread pattern with a rolling center section plus low-profile diamond knobs across the shoulder for cornering, the Overide excels at riding gravel and dirt roads while still fast enough for asphalt. Additionally, Hutchinson's Hardskin bead-to-bead technology prevents punctures to provide added peace of mind for gravel riding.
The Hutchinson Overide 700c Gravel Tire is available in two widths: 35mm and 38mm. Also available in tubeless ready versions.
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smooth and fast
Bought the 35's hoping they would grow a little bit bigger but on my Pacenti SL23 rims they are just a little over 34 wide. They are a fast tire, don't feel like they slow me down much on the road and good on hard pack dirt and gravel. They seem to be wearing well, set up pretty easy, I had to use a compressor but once they popped on they have been holding air. I narrowed it down to these and the Jon Bon pass tires and chose these. I would buy them again.
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