The Continental Mountain King ProTection 27.5" Tire featrues Conti's restructured Mountain King tread pattern, with a versatile profile that's suitable for any terrain, making this tire an exceptional all-mountain all-'rounder. The tire's remarkably lightweight yet effective ProTection casing offers increased durability, puncture resistance, and hassle-free tubeless compatibility.
This Mountain King's tread improves upon its previous iteration, which already boasted superb grip in soft and loose conditions, with larger shoulder knobs and a more pronounced void towards the center lugs. The result is cornering that's practically telepathic and reliable performance on all kinds of terrain.
Like the rest of their top MTB tires, Conti uses the race-proven Black Chili rubber, an incredibly soft yet durable compound that increases grip and wear resistance while speeding up your roll. The beefed up ProTection casing features 4 fabric plies and a total of 240 TPI. Finally, RTR tubeless technology means compatibility with UST and tubeless ready rims when paired with Continental Revo Sealant.
Recommended pressure: 50 PSI. Max. pressure: 65 PSI. Folding bead. Handmade in Germany. Available in 27.5 x 2.2 Inch (55-584 ISO) and 27.5 x 2.4 Inch (60-584 ISO) sizes. Claimed weight: 6700/7600 grams.
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Excellent tire, good for spring, summer, winter ridding.
Great for mud with the ability to run low air pressure. I also use them for winter riding good in snow and ice.
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