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Kenda Nevegal X Tire

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  • Downhill wire bead version has 2-ply construction with Stick-E rubber for better grip, and the Cross Country folding bead version is single-ply with Stick-E or DTC rubber for reduced weight
  • Freeride wire bead version is single-ply with Stick-E rubber and Butyl CAP insert for extra strength and durability

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