Tire harmony creates life harmony.
WTB’s Resolute TCS 650B Gravel Tire features a harmonious combination of astute material construction and diverse tread design that yields high shredability in untold medleys of terrain and weather and a compelling reason to finally declutter your tire collection. Equipped with TCS Light Casing technology, this tire is tubeless compatible and lightweight yet resilient thanks to a malleable carcass that perseveres through trail hazards. Square blocks and reinforced side knobs ensure remarkable cornering while slick surface area between the tread makes it possible to accelerate quickly and roll with speed.
- Weight: 440g.
- Suited for: Gravel & Monstercross.
- Conditions: Dry to Wet & Hardpack to Loose Gravel.
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Pretty good all round tread
3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.
I like these tires but they are a bit slow great on hard pack and normal roads, I bought these however for winter(snow and ice) and muddy conditions(spring) for both of which these tires work great. I think for summer I will get something like the x'plor mso which will, I assume, roll better on hard pack. The Resolutes however will be my goto winter tire and for muddy, wet conditions. I am very happy with them. Oh and setting them up tubeless was a breeze....
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