Bontrager SE4 Team Issue TLR MTB-Folding Tire 27.5 inch - 2015

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Description of Bontrager SE4 Team Issue TLR MTB-Folding Tire 27.5 inch - 2015

Technical trails and enduro racing are your passion. Downhill tires are too bulky and XC tires are too wimpy. Enter the new SE4 Team Issue tire. The casing is plenty tough for DH riding, with Core Strength protection for cut and puncture sidewall reinforcement and fracture resistant sub-tread. A grippy compound digs in while cornering, with plenty of knobs to fly through the gnar.

  • Ramp edges for fast rolling
  • Unique dual center knobs for predictable traction
  • Sipes for increased traction in wet or dry terrain
  • Robust Enduro version of the XR4
  • TLR tire is engineered for use with our own TLR sealant for worry-free setup and puncture protection
  • Core Strength three-piece casing reinforcement protects while staying supple and light
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Fact Sheet of Bontrager SE4 Team Issue TLR MTB-Folding Tire 27.5 inch - 2015

Product Name: Bontrager SE4 Team Issue TLR MTB-Folding Tire 27.5 inch - 2015
Manufacturer: Bontrager
Item Code: BON223050
Year: 2015
Construction type: Clincher
Tire construction: Tubeless Ready folding tire
Material: 62a/50a
Weight: approx. 855 gram (27.5x2.20")
    880 gram (27.5x2.35")
Carcass density (TPI/EPI): 60
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Bontrager SE4 Team Issue TLR MTB-Folding Tire 27.5 inch - 2015
in stock, delivery time 1-3 daysSize: 27.5"x2.20"
in stock, delivery time 1-3 daysSize: 27.5"x2.35"
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This is a really really good enduro tire. Rolling resistance is good and so is durability. Not the grippiest in front but then there is the se5. Tubeless setup is a breeze especially with bontrager wheels.
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