WTB Vigilante TCS Tough HG Tires - 27.5

WTB Vigilante TCS Tough HG Tires - 27.5
WTB Vigilante TCS Tough HG Tires - 27.5
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Vigilante TCS Tough HG Tires - 27.5 by WTB
Unruly trails need to be put in their place, and the WTB Vigilante TCS Tough HG 27. 5in Tires are ready to lay down the law with rugged Gravity DNA rubber and a bombproof Enduro casing. Both fall on the tough end of WTB's spectrum -- hence the name -- so you'll be able to rip enduro, trail, and even a little bit of downhill without worrying about punctures. The initialism "HG" means this particular version of the Vigilante was designed to deliver unparalleled grip, and its blocky open tread leaves no doubt as to how well it'll hang on when you lay it over in a corner. At 1,140g, it's definitely on the heavy end of the Vigilante scale, but that's the tradeoff you make with a tire this burly. It's also been endowed with WTB's tubless-ready TCS aramid bead, so you can run it however you want.

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SKU: WTB001D
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