Refuse To Let Bad Weather Hold You Back From The Trail
Searching for the ultimate do-all plus tire? Look no further than the one-of-a-kind WTB Ranger 2.8 mountain bike tire for 26" wheels — bikepacking approved, trail-ready. No matter the weather conditions, make sure your tire is tough enough to crush any trail. Dry to wet, hardpack, or loam, the Ranger isn't intimidated.
A Dual DNA compound makes for a rugged tire that can carry you through just about anything. With single-ply 60 tpi casting these TCS Tubeless tires feature multi-directional siping. This incredible addition allows for increased traction whether accelerating, braking, or cornering.
The WTB Ranger 2.8 26" MTB Tire has weight optimized to outperform in all environments as well as excel on longer rides. The 783 gram rubber is 26" by 2.8", perfect for dragging you out of the mud and onto the next adventure.
Excellent do-all tire that excels in various conditions ranging from hardpack to wet trails
Multi-directional siping provides increased traction whether accelerating, braking or cornering
TCS Tubeless compatible
Ultra-durable 283g for size 26" x 2.8"
Designed for trail and bikepacking use
Perfect for hardpack, dirt, wet, or loose over hard trail conditions
B-Stock - This product has one or more B-Stock units available. These units can be purchased at a discount (see option select). B-Stock units were returned from other customers and may have missing or damaged packaging materials. These units are otherwise as new. The full manufacturer warranty applies. Click Here for more information.
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