45NRTH Dunderbeist Tubeless Fat Bike Tire

45NRTH Dunderbeist Tubeless Fat Bike Tire
45NRTH Dunderbeist Tubeless Fat Bike Tire
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Dunderbeist Tubeless Fat Bike Tire by 45NRTH
Attack snowy fields and mountains filled with beautifully groomed corduroy on the 45NRTH Dunderbeist Tubeless Fat Bike Tire. Billed as a rear-specific tire, the Dunderbeist boasts beefy knobs with wide spacing to dig in on the climbs and hook up in the corners for confident control. Dual compound rubber provides a dose of extra gripping power and durability to last many a winter mile, and its tubeless-ready bead lets you choose between tube-free and traditional clincher setups. The Dunderbeist is designed to pair with the front-specific Flowbeist tire and rims ranging from 65 to 102mm wide.

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SKU: NRH0004
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