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Fast Traction on Ice
The 45Nrth Dillinger 4 Studded 27.5" 60TPI Fat Bike Tire. Dillinger's center tread is tightly spaced for speed when you need it so you can power up an icy climb and rip down the other side as the studs claw into the slick surface. Tubeless compatible and featuring the redesigned Dillinger tread pattern, you will be able to ride with more confidence in the harshest of conditions.
Carefully positioned studs allow you to rail icy off-camber singletrack with confidence and control, while taller side lugs bring improved cornering in snowy conditions.
- Available in 27.5 x 4.0
- 60TPI Tubeless Ready Casing
- 252 Steel Carbide Studs
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