With its aggressive tread pattern and Anti-Flat casing, riders will experience a better ride through the sloppiest conditions, through a wide range of tire pressures, with the GravelKing Mud Tire.
Designed to take you on your next adventure on roads less traveled, the Panaracer GraveKing Mud Tire features a self-cleaning tread pattern with large, widely spaced center blocks offering an unrelenting grip in sloppy conditions.
For the gravel rider who needs a little extra grip for roads and trails caked in mud, the GravelKing Mud will help get you through.
With a balance of rolling efficient and tread longevity, you'll not only have a relatively fast tire but one that's long-lasting due to the ZSG Natural Compound.
When you're far off the beaten path, Panaracer's Anti-Flat Class gives you more protection from pesky punctures and inconvenient flats with the tough Anti-Flat Casing.
Self-cleaning tire for sloppy gravel grinds and tours
Grippy tread with spaced blocks that shed mud and muck
ZSG Natural Compound balances rolling speed with longevity
Anti-Flat Casing prevents inconvenient flats and punctures
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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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