Azonic Vigilante Older Tires

4/5 (1 Reviews)

Product Description

High performance, single ply and kevlar bead keep this mountain tire lightweight and able to climb and descend like no other. Custom tread pattern enables use from The Northshore to Plattekill, muddle or packed conditions.

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Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:4
Submitted by Armen Ravelo a Weekend Warrior from Quezon City , Phillipines

Date Reviewed: October 16, 2006

Strengths:    High volume, grips great when ascending steep tracks. Dosen't wear fast. Considerably durable for a folding tire. I already blown 3 tubes and I'm still using the same tire. Thread patterns does work on keeping the mud out of the tire's gripping area.

Weaknesses:    Slips easily on wet paved roads when cornering.

Bottom Line:   
Does the job perfectly!!! Specially on medium jumps and drops and worst trail conditions.

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Favorite Trail:   Local Trails around Montalban and San Mateo

Duration Product Used:   3 months

Price Paid:    $20.00

Purchased At:   local distributor

Similar Products Used:   IRC Mythos, Panaracer

Bike Setup:   03 Giant AC-1 with 03 Zoke Drop-off 130mm ETA. Progressive 5th element coil shock. Shimano XT Grupo Sun Single Track Rims Race Face Diabolus Bars with Thomson DH X4 stem Specialized pedals and Sidewinder lock-on grips, IRC tubes Stainless Spokes, WTB saddle 8" Alligator wavy rotors.

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