A Tire That Deserves The Name "Enduro"
Introducing the Wolfpack Enduro 29 Inch MTB Tire.
Wolfgang Arenz has developed many award-winning bicycle tires in recent years but recently decided to combine all his rubber-tech-know-how into the new Wolfpack Tire line. The legendary tire master left Schwalbe in 2017 and went on to create his own tire brand, vowing to only construct the highest quality tires that he could make.
Arenz's special composition of the latest high-end polymers creates a noticeably safer riding experience and provides a feeling of absolute control.
Based on Arenz's experience crafting bicycle tire compounds for Continental, Specialized, and Schwalbe, he developed the revolutionary ToGuard rubber compound, which rolls as fast as other competitors but offers much more grip.
The ToGuard rubber compound, in conjunction with well-positioned outer lugs makes the Wolfpack Enduro tire one of the best cornering bicycle tires on the market.
The Wolfpack Enduro is tubeless-ready and comes with Apex puncture protection, so sharp rocks, and other trail debris won't destroy your descent.
- Low rolling resistance on center tread
- Aggressive side lugs for added cornering traction
- ToGuard rubber compound for added grip
- Excellent puncture protection with low weight
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The product weight specified is an approximate weight based on the manufacturer's specifications (if available) or our measurement of one or two examples. For most products, the weight will typically vary by 5% to 10%.
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Great for the rainy season
I've been very pleased with this tire and have been using it for my PNW rainy season rear tire. It's comparable to to a DHR but rolls faster and sheds mud better. Due to the side knobs being lower, not sure it would make a great front tire. If they came out with a more enduro style front, I would definitely get one.
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