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Cross Wolf TCS Cyclocross Tire

Mfg PartNum:W010-0535
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Take on loose terrain with the Cross Wolf TCS Cyclocross Tire from WTB.

Designed to thrive on damp ground and in wet sand, and muddy conditions, the Cross Wolf's side and shoulder knobs dig in for sure grip, while their spacing fights against dirt packing. For drier stretches, the alternating center tread provides smooth rolling. For those interested in running tubeless, WTB's TCS technology means these tires are tubeless ready as well.

The Cross Wolf TCS is available in 700c x 32mm (32-622 ISO). 60 TPI. Tubeless ready. 360 grams claimed.


Weight: 360 grams


Weight: 360 grams


ISO (ETRTO) Size: 32-622 


Threads Per Inch: 60 TPI


Tire Type: Tubeless Ready 

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Great Tubeless Cross TireNOT for mud
by deebiker
Competitive Racer
Portland, OR
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

This is a fantastic tire for intermediate, slightly damp conditions, but certainly no good in the mud.

For those early October races on grass and and tacky singletrack style courses, this tire is the money. I set them up tubeless on my DT rims on my Asylum Meuse. Very simple to set up on those rims. Snapped in place easily and I've been able to run very low pressures for my weight (30psi and I'm 180lbs).

The one, rather large, downfall of this tire is its inability to race in very slippery mud. The tire packs up really easily and you don't have large enough knobs to get adequate purchase in slippery conditions. If you raced Cross Crusade Alpenrose 1 in 2014, you know the kind of conditions I'm talking about. Absolutely no traction in the first two laps. Scary as hell. Then again, when the sun came out and the course started to tack up, it was a great piece of rubber. I'd personally take a more aggressive style tire for days like that though.

Reviewed 10/13/2014
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Great tire for the early am CX races when the dew is heavy.
by Anonymous
Competitive Racer
Mid Atlantic
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Good cyclocross tire

Reviewed 12/1/2017
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Great all around tire, holds up well.
by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Central Valley, CA
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

I race this tire, as well as use it for every day riding. I had the same tire on my son's cross bike, if these tires can withstand a 15 year old with no sense of caution, they should work for you. I am also very impressed on how fast they roll. This is a great tire.

Reviewed 1/30/2017
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