WTB Vigilante 29er Tire

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MSRP : $74.95


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Product Description

Born from the need to race in European enduro events, the Vigilante is our premier aggressive All Mountain tire, and first choice for Team WTB 8217;s Mark Weir. The square-lugged open-tread pattern offers stability in loose or wet terrain, while the stiff outside knobs grip at lean angles like nobody 8217;s business. With Dual DNA (TCS) and Gravity DNA (Team Issue) rubber, this is the tire to ride when you are giving it your all. Usage: All Mountain / Enduro Conditions: Wet to Dry / Loose, Rocky, Mud TCS (Tubeless Compatible System): Based on UST and ETRTO standards, TCS tires feature square shaped, tubeless beads and dual durometer rubber compounds. AM and Team Issue tires feature additional reinforcement for demanding terrain. Weight: 1010g Compound: Dual DNA (60a/50a) Casing: All Mountain 60 tpi Bead: TCS aramid Tire Section Width: 57mm Tire Overall Width: 57mm

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Vigilante 29 x 2.3 TCS $39 at Performance Bike, GEAX too.

Also, my favorite, GEAX GATO TNT 26 x 2.3, at a fair price of $39. DHEA TNT 26 x 2.3 is sweet deal at $29. The Vigilante looks to be the non AM version?Read More »

WTB Vigilante?

Is anyone running this in the front? It seems like there aren't many reviews, but that they are all pretty positive.Read More »

WTB Vigilante 27.5 for $28

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wtb i23s and wtb vigilante tyres - which tubeless kit, wtb or other?

first venture into tubeless on am/enduro bike wtb i23 rims and wtb vigilante team issue tyres (both wtb tubeless compatible system) ...which tubeless kit should I go with, wtb or other? ive heard wtb valves are not good (easy broken and spin in hole), are all sealants equal?Read More »

WTB Vigilante Review

In August of 2013 I mounted up a WTB Vigilante 2.3 Team TCS. The Vigilante replaced a Hans Dampf. I found the Hans Dampf to be too light for my weight and terrain; I was tearing off the row of knobs between the center and outer edges. The HD works great on the front through. I only had 2 "fla ... Read More »

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