Continental Contact Tire

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he Continental Contact is the jack-of-all-trades amongst city and tekking tires .The Contact features an ultra fine carcass fabric which reduces rolling resistance while providing a noticeably more comfortable ride. * Uninterrupted center strip provides smooth, easy-rolling foundation * Puncture protection strip molded intoTread

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