Vittoria Terreno Wet G Plus Tire - Tubeless

Vittoria Terreno Wet G Plus Tire - Tubeless
Vittoria Terreno Wet G Plus Tire - Tubeless
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Terreno Wet G Plus Tire - Tubeless by Vittoria
When Mother nature decides that she'd rather the ground be saturated with rain instead of remaining bone-dry, turn to the Vittoria Terreno Wet G Plus Tubeless Tire before 'cross racing and exploring gravel roads. This tire features Vittoria's TNT casing, which means it quickly seals for the benefits of running lower air pressure and gaining bump compliance in tubeless form. Then, the 3C rubber compound includes Vittoria's exclusive G+Isotech for smoother rolling, longer tread life, and outstanding traction. The Terreno's full knob siping keeps the tread flexible on slick surfaces, while generous cleaning channels help shoo mud and debris away from the traction point. Plus, the alternating center ridge rolls exceptionally fast and provides forward traction.

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SKU: VIT003K
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