With its aggressive tread pattern and anti-flat casing, riders will experience a better ride through the sloppiest conditions, through a wide range of tire pressures, with the GravelKing Mud Tire.
Designed to take you on your next adventure on roads less traveled, the Panaracer GravelKing Mud Tire features a self-cleaning tread pattern with large, widely spaced center blocks offering an unrelenting grip in sloppy conditions.
For the gravel rider who needs a little extra grip for roads and trails caked in mud, the GravelKing Mud will help get you through.
With a balance of rolling efficiency and tread longevity, you'll not only have a relatively fast tire but one that's long-lasting due to the ZSG Natural Compound.
When you're far off the beaten path, Panaracer's Anti-Flat Class gives you more protection from pesky punctures and inconvenient flats with the tough Anti-Flat Casing.
Self-cleaning tire for sloppy gravel grinds and tours
Grippy tread with spaced blocks that shed mud and muck
ZSG Natural Compound balances rolling speed with longevity
Anti-Flat Casing prevents inconvenient flats and punctures
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