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Resolute TCS 700c Gravel Tire

Mfg PartNum:W010-0681
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Unwavering performance.

The WTB Resolute TCS Gravel Tire is purpose-built to be an all-weather gravel grinding tire for those who choose the freedom that is provided when the asphalt ends. The Resolute provides a versatile tread pattern that delivers consistent traction with ample small, square knobs. Plenty of space between the knobs allows for mud, debris, rocks, and moisture to be discharged rather than get locked in the tread.

Designed to go beyond the ends of the road, the Resolute TCS provides consistent, reliable performance that allows you to blaze your own trails. With the TCS Light Casing, WTB's lightweight and supple tubeless-compatible carcass keeps the tire flexible enough to conform to trail furniture, yet durable enough to not tear.


  • Tubeless-ready gravel tire.
  • 700x42mm, also available for 650B wheels.
  • All-around tread profile packs in small squared knobs for optimal traction.
  • Claimed weight: 460g.

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.


Wheel Size: 700C/29" (ISO 622) 


Tire Width: 42mm (1.7in) 


Tire Type: Tubeless Ready 


Application: Gravel 


ISO (ETRTO) Size: 42-622 

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Great traction and surprisingly speedy, when mounted on a wide rim
by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Western Oregon

Prior, with these tires mounted on a 20mm wide internal channel rim, I was not overly impressed with their grip or rolling speed. However, when mounted on a 24mm wide internal channel rim, dry and wet grip is quite awesome. Hard to believe that a wider rim was responsible, but the improvements are unmistakable. Rolling resistance is remarkably low, gravel or tarmac, even at low PSI. A truly great tire when used with a wide rim. I've weighed 4 of these tires, with 3 coming in under 460 grams, and 1 at a bit under 470. Mounted on my 24mm rim, at 25 PSI, they measure a fraction under 44mm wide. The Resolute is big and beautiful.

Reviewed 9/29/2019
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A high-quality tire with good grip & fair speed
by Rico
Cycling Enthusiast
Western Oregon
6 of 12 customers found this review helpful.

After reading several glowing reports of this tire, I bought a pair for use on an upcoming 120 mile gravel event, which includes rocky, challenging, terrain. Initial setup went OK, except the casing is porous, and sealing with Stan's liquid was not great, even with vigorous shaking and extended time left on their sides atop a bucket. Next time, I'll use Orange Seal.

The casing is supple, and after some pressure experimentation, I found the ride comfort to be quite fine. Climbing and cornering grip is good, though not much better than some other 40c tires I've used.

Rolling resistance seems higher than 40c Nanoraptors, regardless of the psi used. Other reviews have said these tires roll well. Wish I could agree, but that wasn't my experience. I will try them again to confirm, but initially, I'd say the Nanoraptor is faster rolling with comparable grip.

Reviewed 5/7/2018
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The Best
by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.


Still rocking everything from my earlier review. More PRs and some KOMs on gravel & singletracks.

I've tried many gravel tires in the meantime and always come back to the Resolutes. Others are either too heavy, too delicate, too sluggish, or feel dead.

Casually left behind others on club road rides on these tires.

My set are a solid 3+ (?) years old with thousands miles of gravel / singletrack / GF races and too many asphalt miles on them and show hardly any wear.

The ONLY time they haven't been stellar is cornering in a cross race, but that's pretty far off their design intent, and those corner lugs aren't in any way cross lugs.

Yes, the sidewalls weep a little, but to me that's not even an issue on the radar. Orange Seal for all its plaudits seems worse.

I'm done looking at other tires, these are them.

Reviewed 9/25/2020
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If you need 42mm gravel tires, these are the tires you need.
by AvidGraveler
Cycling Enthusiast
San Diego
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

The tread on these tires are great for getting up loose climbs, through sand and over basically any rough stuff out there. 42mm is as wide as I can fit on my Canyon Grail, so this is what I ride when I plan on few easy miles and a lot of hard yards.

On the road they corner well without getting that disconcerting slip that sometimes happens when side knobbies fold over while road cornering. They are more than adequate for the road miles on connectors to the next gravel section.

I have gone through a few sets of Resolutes and they wear well. They are durable and seal well with Stan's. I have gotten back from several rides to find Stan's squirted all over my seat tube and I had never noticed the puncture during the ride. I had to plug (Dynaplug) one that was sliced by glass and I was nervous for the next few rides. Then I forgot about it and was surprised when I took the tire off 1,000 miles later because I had forgotten it was plugged. By contrast, I have had other tires with small punctures that never stopped leaking.

Reviewed 8/6/2020
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Mounted, quick test of 20miles.. so far feels great!
by Laszlo
Cycling Enthusiast
Vicenza, Italy
1 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

Shipped to APO overseas, wait time 10-14 days, but that is normal.. tires arrived as described, fitted well, lot easier to mount then previous tubeless tires. Looks great and feels good after a test ride.. time will tell.

Reviewed 4/23/2021
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Outpaces some MTBs
by Skookum
1 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

Reviews are like opinions, which are like...

Tested these for the first time in earnest on a mixed 20 mile ride. 5 miles paved, PR. 15 miles mixed gravel, shitty snow melt, loamy forest fast doubletrack, PR on almost every segment.

Terrific cornering and sprint bite, left behind several mtb brown pow slayers in their element.

No perceived squirmy asphalt cornering. Secure at 25mph on dirt or on asphalt.

Easily cruised at 20 on flat asphalt.

Probably wasnt all the tires, but they certainly didnt detract. Tubeless is the only way to go on these, the low pressures are essential. Don't waste your time with tubes.

Mount super easy on DT wheels, seals right up with compressor.

Some people complain about hum on asphalt. Far out.

Reviewed 3/9/2019
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
2 of 5 customers found this review helpful.

Bought two of these for a new build. One went on fine albeit not easily in a tubeless set up, the second...three tries and it still won't hold air. Leaking from the side wall. Stans fixes it but only briefly. Gonna try something else.

Reviewed 10/3/2019
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great spring mud season tire
by Toadski
Cycling Enthusiast
Northern Vermont
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

spring gravel road riding and a mud season race.

great traction, seems to roll well, noticed a small contact area on pavement.

very little buzz, rolls well.

Reviewed 5/28/2019
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Great traction
by Shawn
Cycling Enthusiast
Cotati, Ca

Great traction. Looks nice too!

Reviewed 11/9/2018
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Great Gravel Tire
by oldskool47
Cycling Enthusiast
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I use these on my Civilian gavel bike and I really do like them. Lots of grip and traction even in loose sand and gravel, great looks with the brown sidewalls too. Very easy to mount tubless!

Reviewed 3/1/2018
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