The Judge is WTB's Rowdiest Rear-Focused Tire for Ultimate Control on Loose, Sketchy Descents
The WTB Judge TCS 29er 2.4" dominates loose, sketchy descents. Ample centerline knob groups alternate between long and wide to pair hard braking traction with the rolling efficiency you demand of a rear tire. Burly outer knobs provide support to keep them digging while slapping berms or spraying loam.
The Judge is optimized for wide rims to provide a flatter tire profile that makes the outer knobs easy to find while cornering. The Judge keeps everything in order, whether dry and loose or wet and sloppy.
The Dirty Details:
TCS Tough Casing is composed of two full layers of casing from bead to bead. Regardless of puncture protection spec, all TCS Tough tires feature bead protection for additional defense against pinch flats.
Three compounds provide optimal levels of traction, support and durability. A base of high durometer rubber supports the entire tread and transitions into the knobs to prevent folding or squirming.
Medium stiffness center knobs cap the base layer to provide traction and durability without sacrificing rolling efficiency, while soft compound side knobs deliver maximum grip and slow rebound for increased cornering traction.
If you're looking for ultimate control on the hairiest of lines, you've found your new favorite tire. You be the judge.
- Tubeless Compatible
- TCS Tough/High Grip Casing for bombproof descending
- TriTec Compound delivers toothy traction where it is needed most
- Weight: 1295g
- 60 TPI
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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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