Intense Tubeless Tubeless Tire

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Weight : 670 Grams

Product Description

  • SIZE: 26 X 2.0 - ICC-06
  • CASING: 132 TPI
  • BEAD: Kevlar
  • Weight: 670 Grams


    Designed in the USA and made in Japan, makes this the most sought after tubeless tire on the market today.
    Modeled after our most popular cross country tire - The System 2, it features our patented C3 rubber compound. Hand produced with the upmost quality in mind.

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