Rule any course on the Kommando X Pro tubeless-ready cyclocross tire.
Widening the spacing of the knobs and heightening them ever so slightly gives the Kenda K1065 Kommando X Pro tire that much more grip and mud-shedding capabilities over the standard model. A DTC dual rubber compound increases both speed and grip, and the Iron Cloak puncture protection barrier helps keep sharp obstacles at bay. The Kommando also features a folding bead to keep weight to a minimum and a 120 TPI tubeless-ready casing for a supple ride quality.
700c diameter. Available in multiple widths. Folding bead. 120 TPI casing. Tubeless ready. Claimed weight is 417 g (33 mm width).
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Santa Cruz, CA
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.
Better than the old version
Mounted on Easton EC90SL disc wheels on my gravel bike, the 36mm tires measure 38mm wide. The weight was 440 grams on a digital scale, as I recall. Sealed up fine with two ounces of Stans. Compared to the old 35mm Kommando that I mounted tubeless on Ultegra wheels, the X Pro is more supple and the tread pattern is wider and rounder, and the blocks are slightly larger. Good mud shedding. Very happy with these tires, I have beat the heck out of them for a couple months now.
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