Superior Mixed-Terrain Traction — Continental Kryptotal FR
Continental's brand new line of gravity tires has arrived! This means a full range of big, beefy, downhill-focused bruisers with no shortage of grip, tooth, cornering confidence, durability and monster traction available in four condition-specific models — from hardpack trails to loose and muddy downhill lines.
The Continental Kryptotal FR 27.5 is optimized for premium front-wheel traction in mixed terrain and conditions. The Kryptotal's aggressive, front-specific tread pattern uses alternating rows of perpendicularly-siped center lugs to dig in to anything from dry, hardpack XC trails, to loose, wet, rooty lines while a formidable ridge of tight and toothy cornering knobs lock down traction through the corners. Available in a corresponding rear-specific Kryptotal design and three casing options — trail, enduro, and downhill to fit your preferred riding style.
27.5x2.4" tubeless ready clincher tire
Optimized for front-wheel use in mixed terrain and conditions
Available in trail, enduro, or downhill casing
Weight: 1000g (trail casing)
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Shipping,billing,and website are all good. Switched from a maxxis assagai to this tire and a much better tire in my opinon, less wash outs, stiffer sidewall, i will say the logos arnt perfectly lined up but oh well.
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