Ready for the ultimate trail ride.
The Hans Dampf rolls quickly thanks to its staggered block shaped knobs which also provide progressive traction at all riding lean angles. The ample 2.35 inch width provides plenty of volume for its weight, making this versatile tire well equipped for a variety of disciplines, from cross country to all-mountain and freeride.
This version of the Hans Damf uses Schwalbe's PaceStar triple rubber compound, with three distinct rubber densities designed to minimize rolling resistance without giving up grip. Tubeless ready for low pressures and extreme grip without pinch flats when using a tubeless or tubeless converted rim and sealant. Snakeskin sidewall prevents sidewall cuts and helps support the tire when running tubeless.
This version of the Hans Dampf is available in 650b (27.5) x 2.35 Inch (60-584 ISO). Folding bead. Recommended pressure 23-50 PSI. Black. 795 grams.
Note: The 650b tire size is sometimes referred to as "27.5 inch." This tire is not compatible with 26 or 29 inch wheels.
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