Donnelly X'Plor USH Dual Compound Folding Tire - 35-622

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Description of Donnelly X'Plor USH Dual Compound Folding Tire - 35-622

When the route ahead is an unknown the Donnelly X'Plor USH is the tire of choice. This adventure tire features a combination of firm center ridge and diamond-shaped side knobs that provide an amazingly low rolling resistance and great cornering control.

The X'Plor USH is perfect for dirt road exploration, long tours and urban assault. The USH is named for the airport code of Ushuaia on the island of Tierra del Fuego, Argentina. Ushuaia is the southernmost city in the world, and the ultimate destination for adventure bike touring.

Features:
  • 120 TPI folding tire version
  • 70a/60a dual compound
  • Smooth rolling and firm center tread for low rolling resistance
  • Diamond-shaped side knobs for excellent cornering traction
  • Integrated puncture protection belt under the tread

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Product Name: Donnelly X'Plor USH Dual Compound Folding Tire - 35-622
Manufacturer: Donnelly
Item Code: DON378706
activity: Bike
usage bikesport: Road Bike, Cyclocross, Gravel, Allroad / Gravel Road
wheel size: 28" (29") (622mm)
tire type: Folding Tire
ETRTO: 35-622
carcass density: 120TPI/EPI
tire width: 35 mm
Model year: 2020
Color: Black
weight: 340g
manufacturer item code: D10053
Manufacturer page: https://www.donnellycycling.com/
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Excellent tire. I want to 'upgrade' to the MSO for more grip i muddy conditions, but it is amazing how rough roads and tracks you can ride with this tire. I hardly ever had a flat on them, and they are decently fast rolling on tarmac. The 120 TPI version is very smooth. I will definitely pay the extra money for that again.
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