Specialized Enduro Pro D2 Tubeless Tire

3/5 (2 Reviews)
Weight : 980 grams


Product Description

  • High Air Volume casing
  • 2Bliss technology
  • Aramid Bead
  • Soft shoulder compound
  • High durability and low rolling resistance center tread
  • 120 tpi Nylon Casing


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User Reviews

Overall Rating:1
Value Rating:4
Submitted by Michael from Torrance, CA

Date Reviewed: December 27, 2007

Strengths:    True 2.4 width. Grip fantastic. UST Tubeless. Installs easily with hand pump. Good looking tread pattern and sidewalls.

Weaknesses:    Heavy. Almost 1000 grams. Rolling resistance horrible.

Bottom Line:   
Loved the width. Had no problems installing on my UST rim. However, I hated the weight and rolling resistance. Ended up taking it off after only two rides because I problems riding up the hills that I normally would hardly break a sweat.

The bottom line is that these should be used at ski slopes or where you don't have to work so hard at going uphill.

Got these on sale, 2 for 1. These are being phased out by Specialized.

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Duration Product Used:   Less than 1 month

Similar Products Used:   Conti, Intense, Maxxis, Schwalbe

Bike Setup:   Intense 5.5

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by a Weekend Warrior from Gilbert, Az,USA

Date Reviewed: October 19, 2006

Strengths:    This tire really sticks to the terrain that I ride most. Great for rock gardens and dry terrain.

Weaknesses:    None that I have found. The price is high, but so is every other 2.4 tubeless tire.

Bottom Line:   
For the terrain, I have not tried a better tire. I liked the adrenaline pro, (now resolution pro, or something like that), but they didn't have the width that I wanted. Someone recommended these tires to me and I love them. I noticed a huge difference when climbing, as they are a lot heavier than the adrenaline 2.2s that I was using, but that would be the same for every 2.4 tire that you use.

If you like traction, ride in a dry & rocky climate, and don't mind the weight of a 2.4 tire, check out this tire. It is sweet.

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Favorite Trail:   National @South Mountain

Duration Product Used:   6 months

Price Paid:    $40.00

Similar Products Used:   Kenda Nevagal (2.1?)(HATED this tire)

Bike Setup:   Santa Cruz Heckler, Minute 1, X0, 5th element shock, Hadley hubs, Mavic 823 & 819, Enduro pro 2bliss D2 2.4

Reviews 1 - 2 (2 Reviews Total)

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Replaced my Nevegal with a Spec. Enduro D2 Pro and LOVE it!

I have been looking for a new front tire to replace my Kenda Nevegal Stick-E 2.35. It seemed OK when I lived in CA and rode in Tahoe and the Auburn area (though I liked the BG better), but when I moved back east this summer, (Blue Ridge Mt's, VA), I found it to be pretty bad for the conditions here ... Read More »

Enduro Pro D2 on Shiggy's site?

Anybody try these tires? I liked/like the original Enduro Pros that did not get ripped lugs by just looking at them. I am leaning toward Nevegal 2.35 Stick-E for rear, and have not decided on same or Blue Groove for front. I am looking for max control at a place where trail tread is mostly ha ... Read More »

Specialized Enduro Pro D2

I bought 2.2 version of this tire to save a ride - cut sidewall on rear tire. Anyway been running it on the back. Need a new front tire - anyone run one of these up front? Any good? Maybe a 2.3 version? Match it up with a different tire? Get a completely new set of tires for spring/summer? No ... Read More »

Specialized Enduro Pro D2

Good for front and/or rear for Norcal riding? I was thinking 2.2 rear and 2.3 front. Average 20 techy miles with lots of climbing. Will these work?Read More »

05 Enduro Pro D2 2Bliss Tire

I'm not a real fan of Specialized tires. But anyway, I got this new tred tire type and put it on as a front tire on my 5spot. I needed a larger air volume agressive ust tire. So far no problems it hook up well, shed mud okay, and rolled pretty fast. The only weakness might be 980 grams but that is ... Read More »

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