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Vittoria
Trail Tech G+ TNT 700c Tire

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Less traveled, more graveled.

Vittoria's Trail Tech TNT Tire is begging to take the road less traveled as much as you are. Designed for rough and loose terrain, its low-resistance center tread rolls fast, while more aggressive shoulder tread hooks up when you're leaning into unstable terrain. The protective sidewall is equipped with Vittoria's Solid Shielding to keep sharp rocks from ruining your day, and the TNT casing is tubeless-ready for superior comfort and traction.

700c x 40 mm. 30 TPI tubeless-ready casing. Approximate weight is 560 g.

 

Tire Sidewall Color: Black-Reflective 

 

Tire Type: Tubeless Ready 

 

Mfg PartNum: 111.3AT.26.40.111TG 

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Great backcountryjeeproadgravel blah blah tire-the BEST!
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by Anonymous
3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

Can't stop riding these tires.

I purchased these tires for all-day epics on service 'roads' and jeep trails in the mountains outside of Portland. As usually happens around June, I swap the road slicks on my cross bike for some burlier tires.

My criteria for selecting a new 'adventure' tire are as follows

1) Tubeless Compatible (even if this means using a non-tubeless casing)

2) Wide, like 700x38

3) Fast rolling center tread

4) Excellent puncture protection

x) extra marks for value (i.e. not spending $70.00 on a non-tubeless gravel tire with more threads per inch than I really care about... erhem CLEMENT X'PLOR MSO 120TPI)

And just like that the Vittoria Adventure tire showed up on the site right around the time I wanted to procure some new back country tires. Tubeless setup was a breeze on my UST rated rims.

So far, I can't believe how much faster these are on the road than the Clement MSO, the WTB Nano. The only tire rivaling this one's speed on the road is the Challenge Gravel Grinder, but that tire is flimsy as all getup (lots and lots of puncture). Once I take them offroad, they're plenty grippy even on dry to loamy singletrack dirt. On service roads I have plenty of confidence on rocky descents and the brake traction is exceptional.

If your'e looking for an adventure tire (and your bike clears 40mm tires), look no further.

Reviewed 4/28/2016
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Outstanding choice for mixed riding on pavement and trail alike!
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by David
Daily Commuter
Norton, OH

Outfitted my 2005 Trek 7500FX to ride the GAP (Great Allegheny Passage) and C&O Canal trails solo & self-contained in August. Hit the C&O trail the day after VERY heavy rains the night before and the tires performed perfectly through mud, grass, standing water, you name it. Road the Greenbrier River Trail fully-loaded a few weeks later with no tire-related issues. Very comfortable ride fully-loaded and continues to do well back home on daily commutes to work that includes pavement and packed dirtlimestone rail trail. One flat in 1500 or so miles and that was caused by a small piece of glass I failed to dig out before it finally cut its way through the layers to prick the tube (VERY slow leak). My go-to tire now for mixed riding on pavement and trail.

Reviewed 10/10/2017
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Reliable, fast, great traction
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by deebiker
Competitive Racer
PORTLAND OREGON
3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

Can't stop riding these tires.

I purchased these tires for all-day epics on service 'roads' and jeep trails in the mountains outside of Portland. As usually happens around June, I swap the road slicks on my cross bike for some burlier tires.

My criteria for selecting a new 'adventure' tire are as follows

1) Tubeless Compatible (even if this means using a non-tubeless casing)

2) Wide, like 700x38

3) Fast rolling center tread

4) Excellent puncture protection

x) extra marks for value (i.e. not spending $XX on a non-tubeless gravel tire with more threads per inch than I really care about... erhem CLEMENT X'PLOR MSO 120TPI)

And just like that the Vittoria Adventure tire showed up on the site right around the time I wanted to procure some new back country tires. Tubeless setup was a breeze on my UST rated rims.

So far, I can't believe how much faster these are on the road than the Clement MSO, the WTB Nano. The only tire rivaling this one's speed on the road is the Challenge Gravel Grinder, but that tire is flimsy as all getup (lots and lots of puncture). Once I take them offroad, they're plenty grippy even on dry to loamy singletrack dirt. On service roads I have plenty of confidence on rocky descents and the brake traction is exceptional.

If your'e looking for an adventure tire (and your bike clears 40mm tires), look no further.

Reviewed 4/28/2016
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Fast, sturdy and TUBELESS!
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by Chinjamin
Competitive Racer
Portland, OR

These were the easiest tubeless install I have ever done. The TNT bead hooks up really well and holds air great. I have gone weeks without checking my pressure. Very smooth and fast on or off the road. I have taken these tires off local MTB trails and they held up great. I highly recommend these tires to anyone looking for gravel adventures or dry cyclocrossing! (as long as the judges don't measure,-))

Reviewed 4/28/2016
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