Onza's Ibex Skinwall MTB Tyre may have a retro finish but it contains modern technology. The Ibex Skinwall is the perfect MTB tyre for Cross-Country and All-Mountain riders who need a reliable and durable tyre. Made from a reliable and durable rubber compound, this MTB tyre provides superb traction on technical corners and fast descents with the unique tread. Don't worry about this MTB tyre being 'sticky' - the Ibex Skinwall MTB Tyre has a low rolling resistance with the assistance of their high-end technology to help you hit top speed on every section of the trail. Rubber Compound Extremely durable Low rolling resistance Reliable Angular shoulder traction for superb traction in corners. Technologies: C3: Cross-Country casing for daily use and training with 60 TPI.FRC: Freeride Casing for daily use and training - 60 TPI.RC255a: Combination of two different compounds.Inside: 65a for low rolling resistance and long-life;Outside: 55a on the outside for perfect cornering grip in all conditions.Tubeless Ready TLR: Special bead technology for quick and tight air sealing of the tyre and rim.
|Ibex Skinwall Tyre Specification|
|Retailer||Chain Reaction Cycles|
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