Terreno it up.
Tear up the muck with this wet weather weapon in your quiver, providing you an unfair advantage once things get wet. Featuring a tread pattern that cuts through the mud, ride with confidence regardless of whether you're riding in dust or mud. Whether today calls for a soupy gravel grind or a muddy 'cross race, the Terreno Wet Gravel Tire is ready to shred.
The Terreno lineup offers three separate variants catered to specific terrain conditions, but all three feature the Vittoria 3C rubber compound designed to optimize speed, grip, and puncture protection. Add in their Graphene technology and you get a faster rolling, longer lasting tire that doesn't shy away from wet weather. Lower your tire pressure and kiss flat tires goodbye with the 120 TPI TNT tubeless gravel casing, allowing you to take your tubeless-ready wheelset to the next level.
- Wet condition tread pattern features fast rolling alternating center ridges and full tread siping.
- Available in three sizes: 700 x 31c, 700 x 33c, and 700 x 40c.
- 3C compound construction with Graphene provides a faster, grippier, more protective tire.
- 120 TPI TNT Gravel Casing.
- Tubeless ready.
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Sticky knobby CX perfection
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.
I like 'em. They're a good value. I run 'em with a low PSI, tubeless and with confidence on...wet gravel! They are plush and comfy yet, at 33mm, give me just enough clearance on my CX frame. Are they fast? I have no clue. I ride with a self preservation mindset 100% of the time. Hence a sticky wet gravel compound on my bike so I don't kill myself out there, or find myself picking tiny gravel pieces out of a bloody shin.
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