Ready for anything. Michelin's Wild Grip'r2 Advanced blends top quality materials with an amazingly versatile tread and hassle-free tubeless compatibility.
This Grip'r2 model features an updated tread consisting of closely spaced, medium height center knobs and aggressive angled shorter lugs. The resulting design delivers a speedy roll on hard-pack, confident performance in the corners, and reliable mud shedding in semi-loose conditions.
This Advanced model also features a top quality 110 TPI casing, and the Gum-X dual compound for an ideal combination of rolling resistance, grip and longevity.
The Michelin WildGrip'r2 Advanced 29 features a tubeless ready construction. Folding bead. 110 TPI casing. Available in 29 x 2.0 Inch (52-622 ISO). Recommended pressure: 29-58 PSI. Weight: 606g (claimed).
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these tires sucked
I wouldn't use these tires for anything more than trails that are completely sort (no rocks). I only got 2 rides and both tires easily ripped and tore.
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