Light, Fast-Rolling, & Aggressive — What More Could You Want?
The Kenda Booster Pro 700c Gravel Tire sports an aggressive tread pattern while still being exceptionally fast-rolling on the tarmac. For those who go out for mixed-terrain rides where the surfaces vary from paved roads to muddy or dusty trails, the Booster Pro is the perfect tire for your rig.
This Booster Pro features the same progressive tread pattern and performance rubber compound as its larger MTB brother letting you push the limits off the trails.
Wrapped with Kenda's GCT flat protection for tread and sidewall coverage, while also optimizing the tire for tubeless use resulting in one of the fastest and lightest aggressive conditions gravel/cross tires on the market. No longer do you need to choose between a tire that is either fast, light, or providing great traction. The new Booster Pro combines the best of all worlds.
- Supple 120 TPI casing for responsive ride feel
- New race compound — Kenda uses a rubber compound that is fast and grippy on dry, loose over hard, and rough terrain
- New tread design — Modern and aggressive look, optimized for fast rolling and best in class cornering traction
- Offered in gravel-specific GCT casings — tread and sidewall puncture & slash protection
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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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