Vittoria Terreno Mix G2.0 Gravel/Cyclocross Tire
The versatile Vittoria Terreno Mix G2.0 Gravel/Cyclocross Tire has been equipped with the Graphene 2.0 and 3C compound layups for fast rolling, grip and excellent durability. Plus, the tread design is perfect for a combination of Cyclocross and Gravel terrains, proving speed and confidence-inspiring control in the most demanding conditions.
Graphene 2.0 Compound: Vittoria's unique Graphene compound is superior in rolling performance, grip, traction and longevity. This compound provides the performance benefits required for competitive, consistent racing output. The Original Graphene Compound raised the bar for performance evenly through all disciplines, whereas Graphene 2.0 pin-points the performance requirements from each cycling discipline and enhances them for speed, grip, durability and puncture resistance.
3C Compound: Vittoria 3C is a layering process, which utilizes three separate compound layers in the same tread. The unique properties of each compound that includes Graphene provides enhanced performance in all areas, most notably mileage, puncture protection and grip.
TNT: Vittoria TNT (Tube-No Tube) tires are up to 100g lighter than standard tubeless tires that others manufacture. However, they have exceptional reinforced sidewalls that provide massive cut resistance and puncture protection. TNT tires offer better cornering stability, faster rolling and fewer pinchflats/burps when running at lower pressures.
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