Vulpine — adj. crafty; cunning; fox-like
The Vulpine is the latest race-focused addition to WTB's line of beloved gravel tires. Tightly spaced center knobs form a nearly uninterrupted centerline to decrease rolling resistance while the rest of the tread is packed with short knobs to further promote efficiency, minimize the chance of punctures, and deliver predictable cornering traction.
The Vulpine prioritizes all-out efficiency without sacrificing climbing or braking traction and is the perfect tire for gravel racers looking to lead the pack as well as daily riders in search of an efficient tire that excels on many surfaces including pavement, hardpack, and gravel.
- Dual DNA compound — strong centerline rubber for rolling efficiency and softer rubber at the edges for better cornering
- Overall knob profile mimics a high-volume road tire
- TCS Tubeless Compatible System allows lower tire pressures for improved traction
- Threads Per Inch: 60
- Tire Bead: Folding
- Weight: 381g. (black); 391g. (black/tan sidewall)
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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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