Featuring a deep tread, firmly supported side knobs, and advanced compounds, the Goodyear Newton provides surefooted traction in all conditions. As befitting a tire named after the man who defined the laws of gravity and motion, the Newton is the enduro and downhill riderâ€™s choice; itâ€™s the tire to reach for when the terrain gets steep and traction is of the utmost importance.
- Provides unrelenting traction for all conditions, this enduro/downhill-oriented tire defies gravity.
- Optimal tread pattern for fast-rolling grip and traction.
- EN Ultimate casing.
- Tubeless ready.
- Available in two widths: 2.4" (955g) or 2.6" (1,150g).
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I put this tire on the front 2 days before heading to Moab for 1 week. FYI I have been MTB since 1995 and tried many tires from old school 1.95 to 3.0. I ride Moab every year. This tire was excellent. Great cornering and traction on everything from Porcupine, Mag 7 and yes even slickrock. Rocks, drops, sand you name it. I have one ride here back in the Pacific NW and so far I love the tire. I look forward to getting the back tire.
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