Product DescriptionThe new Super Gravity technology makes it lighter, yet it is still extremely sidewall-stable and snake-bite resistant. At the same time, the flexible tread offers much better handling characteristics. The new profile is even more versatile and feels at home on any kind of Downhill trail.
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