Specialized Butcher Control 29er Tire

5/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $50.00


Product Description

The Butcher Control excels in even the gnarliest terrain with fast rolling, ramped center knobs and perfectly sized shoulder knobs for bite in the corners.


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User Reviews

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Racerbill

Date Reviewed: September 7, 2013

Strengths:    Sticks like a dirtbike knobby in turns, rolls pretty well.

Weaknesses:    A little heavy Mine weighed 810 g

Bottom Line:   
Good volume, runs well at lower pressures, really no downside great value for a downhill tire.

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Weekend Report: Zee/Straightline, Roval crabon, Butcher Control

Took the Chili to Austin this weekend for a little XC mixed with some nice TX free riding, i.e. drops to flat and loose chunky limestone. Zee kicks ass. Upgraded from 9 speed X9 and an e13 LG1 guide. The zee rear d. combined with the Straightline guide is almost completely silent and shifts bett ... Read More »

Butcher Control vs SX casing on heavy AM bike (Rune V2)?

I'm currently running the Control casing up front w/tube on Flow EX rims due to tear at bead that won't seal with sealant with an Ardent UST in the rear with no tube or sealant for that matter that has been holding up great amidst hard, rugged riding. Does anyone know if there is a big enough diffe ... Read More »

Butcher control/Purg control for hardtail

Anyone running butcher control front and purgatory control rear on their all mountain hardtail? Any input appreciated... specifically the butcher control as a front tire on a trail/all mountain hardtail.Read More »

Butcher control, where to buy? or open to suggestions

i cant find them anywhere, anyone know where to get some? riding in southern california, lot of jumps and drops and things like that, a few tock gardens thrown in, but not too many rocks. Hoping just the butcher control will hold up for 6 to 8 weeks a time without blowing up before I have to repl ... Read More »

butcher sx or control?

I currently run a 2.4 continental mountain king rear and a 2.5 maxxis minion DHF exo front. The mountain king was bald in about three weeks. I love the minion, but at 1250 grams, it is a little on the absurd side. (I generally ride 4+ hour AM loops w/ 3500+ft of climbing near Vail, CO.) I've finally ... Read More »

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