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Kenda Klondike Tire

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MSRP : $64.99


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A studdedTire for snow and ice use from Kenda. ForTheTruly hardcore! Dont let winter stop you from getting your workout. Portly at about 1000 grams (but if youre riding inThese conditions, you probably care more aboutTractionThan weight) Steel studs for grip 700c version is fun for cyclocross


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Overall Rating:3
Value Rating:4
Submitted by John Hickey

Date Reviewed: May 1, 2012

Strengths:    Lowest price for studded mountain bike tires.
Robust construction
Studs holding up well


Weaknesses:    Extemely heavy!
Super high rolling resistance!
Less grip than Schwalbe and Nokian products


Bottom Line:   
Purchased 3 seasons ago for $50 each.
They grip reasonably well on trails that are covered with solid ice and great on frozen hard pack. But not as well as Nokians or Schwalbes do. Decent tires for the price.

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Similar Products Used:   Ice Spikers
Nokian Extremes



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