Made for aggressive trail and all-mountain riding, the Martello G2. 0 Enduro Tire hooks up on any trail surface. From fast hardpack straightaways to loose off-camber corners, the Martello's moto-block tread pattern and progressive knob siping manage to find grip, giving you the traction and stability needed to stay rubber-side-down on tricky terrain. Now, Vittoria takes the Martello's performance a step further with a revised Graphene 2. 0 compound and a new Trail TNT casing. Together, these changes improve grip in wet conditions while enhancing the tire's resistance to sidewall tears and pinch flats. The updated Graphene 2. 0 compound consists of four different durometers of rubber in the tread, each one strategically placed for the best combination of low rolling resistance, cornering stability, grip, and longevity. Graphene 2. 0 essentially takes Vittoria's original Graphene-infused compound and betters it in every way, with special attention given to improve wet weather performance. Pair this with the extra sidewall protection and pinch-flat resistance offered by the Trail TNT casing, and you've got a tire that's ready for long days on rugged terrain.
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Vittoria Martello G2.0 Enduro Tire - 29in
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