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Terrene Honali DuraTough Tubeless Ready 700c Tire
Terrene Honali DuraTough Tubeless Ready 700c Tire
Terrene Honali DuraTough Tubeless Ready 700c Tire

Honali Gravel/Touring 700c Tire

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Through their TekShield engineering process, Terrene produced a tubeless ready, heavy-duty loaded touring tire composed of robust 64a rubber compound and puncture resistant DuraTough TekShield+ casing with 60 tpi.

  • Loaded touring tire.
  • Durable 62a rubber compound.
  • DuraTough casing.
  • TekShield+ engineering.
  • 60 tpi.
  • Tubeless ready.
  • Weight: 893g (700x50); 631g (700x40).

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Tire Type: Tubeless Ready 

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by Schrapnel
Daily Commuter
6 of 6 customers found this review helpful.

First, an observation - the tires delivered to me did not have the reflective band shown in the product listing. You may want to inquire if that is important to you. I just added reflective tape hits to my rims, so this wasn't a big deal.

The Honali has been reviewed by a couple of people I follow, including torture of the 50mm version on the Dirty Kanza. My first real ride included pavement, dirt, compact gravel and really nasty 3-inch ballast rock with flinty sharpness. The tires emerged unscathed and I am really impressed with the low rolling resistance.

I did need an air compressor to seat these for tubeless, but so far they are holding air very well.

Reviewed 1/8/2018
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