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Teravail Coronado 27.5" Plus MTB Tire Tan Wall 27.5 x 3.0 - Light & Supple
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Coronado 27.5" Plus MTB Tire

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The Teravail Coronado MTB Tire is an extra-wide all-rounder designed to suit it all. From the dry, vast deserts that cover the Southwest to the seemingly endless stretches of beach running up the Pacific Northwest coast, the Coronado was designed to excel in terrain where sand would normally be a hindrance and increased floatation is critical.

The 27.5 x 3” Coronado offers the best of multiple worlds. Providing the increased ground clearance, stability, and angular momentum of a 29er plus the larger footprint and floatation that a 3” wide tire offers. A mild and open center tread works with the slightly more aggressive side knobs to offer traction and efficiency in sandy terrain.

Choose the standard casing for added puncture protection and durability, however if that's not necessary turn to the Light & Supple Casing. Offering decreased weight and added comfort, this ultra-supple casing improves the ride quality at lower pressure when set up tubeless.

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Wheel Size: 650B (ISO 584) 


Tire Width: 76mm (3.0in) 


Max Pressure: 40 psi


Threads Per Inch: 60 tpi


Tire Type: Tubeless Ready 

Tan Wall 27.5 x 3.0 - Light & Supple

Mfg PartNum: TR7288 

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Good on back - Not so good on front
by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Santa Fe, NM
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Good tractiongrip on rear but laterally unstable on front on loose or sandy material over hardpack. Speeds of 15mph or more result in skating side to side with the slightest turn. Have one serious injury when front went out sideways with zero warning and have had several near falls when on very slight curves with some dry sand over dry packed. Tire seems to float easily and then is susceptible to lateral force. My OEM tires are rock solid on same exact trails so am going back to them on the front and will use the Teravails on back until they wear out.

Reviewed 9/16/2019
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Tread enough
by theskinnyfish
5 of 5 customers found this review helpful.

The description of this tire as being a sand tire almost had me picking another. I am glad I did not. They mounted by hand on Stans 52mm Hugos and bead seated with a mtb frame pump! I actually rode them without sealant for three days. Their cush is awesome. The supple cassings also wrap the chevron tread around every root and rock like sticky fingers. I ride them on a daily commute on a mix of road, gravel and singletrack for a minimum of 20 miles each way. More on weekends. They have 3 months of that wear and I would call them broken in nicely with at least 75% of their tread left. They do roll fast.

Reviewed 2/1/2019
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Fast but sidewalls are easy to slash on jagged terrain.
by Anonymous
Medicine Park, Oklahoma
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

If it wasn�t for the sidewalls being so easy to tear I would be in love with this tire. They are super grippy but still ridiculously fast for a 3.0. They look awesome too. They shed mud well But can spin out on greasy mud. They grip well on loose over hard and float well on sand too.

Your trade off for all the grip, speed, and comfort Is weak sidewalls and they puncture easily.

I slashed a sidewall on a trail I�ve ridden tons of times on my Maxxis that have lots of sidewall scratches. I bought a new back tire to replace it. Then I got a tread puncture on a rounded tree root I plugged it. The next day I ripped a giant hole in the sidewalk on a fist sized rock on a fire road.

If you ride tech trails with jagged rocks or pointy roots, pass these up. They are better suited for smoother float trails or on a plus tire gravel grinder.

I swapped these out for my old worn out chronicles in 3.0 which are nearly as fast and grippy but much tougher.

Reviewed 9/10/2020
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Great tire for South West trails!
by markbunz
Mesa, AZ
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

This has been my favorite tire for loose Sandy terrain. Rolls extremely fast for a 3.0, floats well through sandy washes, and corners with confidence on loose over hardpack. The ride is very supple running them at 13 psi front 17 rear on 45mm wide rims on my Salsa Fargo.

Reviewed 12/11/2020
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too wide more like 5 inches
Daily Commuter
Carnford, NJ
0 of 8 customers found this review helpful.

item is labeled 27.5 x 3 inch and when measured on arrive i was not sure since the tread measured 5 inch and 3.

Then test installing, was easy and simply to put on. but when inflated it was 5 inch, so it does not fit my bike which limit is 3 inches, too bad!

Reviewed 11/18/2019
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