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Vittoria Barzo XC TLR Tire 29" Tubeless

Item #CTR11613
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Why We Love It
Fast, versatile, and reliable, the Barzo XC tubeless-ready tire is engineered for pushing yourself and exploring your local trail system, regardless of terrain type and conditions. The Barzo thrives in wet, dry, and variable conditions, and it’s as ready for rocks and roots as it is for soft, loamy soil or hardpack.

The alternating center knobs roll fast, and moto-style shoulder knobs bite hard while cornering. Siping throughout increases grip under lateral loads, helping to maintain speed across terrain of all types, and spacious knob placement cleans muck and loamy soil.
About This Item
  • Burly, abrasion-resistant tubeless-ready nylon casing
  • Graphene-infused compound
  • Longevity, puncture resistance, and tacky traction
  • The ideal tire for exploring new trails or lapping your local loops
  • Weights: 670g (2.1"), 690g (2.25"), 720g (2.35")
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Brand Vittoria
Model Barzo XC TLR
Size 2.35 in
Type 29"
Bead Type Folding
TPI 60
Intended Use Mountain
Weight 690 grams
mpn 11A00514
upc 8022530030373
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