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Tacky & Aggressive Tread For The Techiest DH Lines
Find yourself slipping or losing traction on hairpin corners? We've got an enduro tire for you.
The Scorpion Enduro S is the best choice for any enduro trails with soft terrain where grip and reliability are key factors. The tall profile and widely spaced tread pattern cuts into and grips any kind of loose or soft terrain.
The Scorpion Enduro S tread pattern is made up of deep and widely spaced knobs that bite into the terrain and provide maximum levels of grip. The height and rigidity of the tread also increase grip in soft terrain and guaranteeing traction and braking as well as excellent support when cornering. The specific spacing of the Scorpion Enduro S tread pattern also helps the tire shed mud instead of allowing it to get caked on the tire casing.
These tires use the SmartGRIP Compound, which is an advanced compound developed using motorsport experience. The single compound provides constant high grip performance both in wet and dry conditions, even when the tread starts to wear.
The HardWALL element in these tires features bead-to-bead protection and a rubber insert directly above the bead for extra reliability and aggressive riding styles. Developed for Enduro riding, these reinforcements embedded in the casing improve structural reliability as well as providing more sidewall support at lower pressures.
The Pirelli Scorpion MTB range was born from Pirelli's experience and know-how in the world of off-road competitions. Rally and motocross are an integral part of their DNA and became the starting point for the research and development that culminated with the Scorpion MTB. The shape of the knobs was based on the experience and technology behind the Scorpion MX range, which has been used on every motocross and supercross race circuit in the world, winning more than 65 world titles.
Gain more confidence in your bicycle with these rad Pirelli tires.
- SmartGRIP Compound: Long-lasting grip in both wet & dry conditions with increased resistance to tearing
- Multi-ply 60tpi Nylon for improved reliability and handling performance
- HardWALL casing technology with bead-to-bead protection and rubber insert for aggressive riding
- TLR tubeless-ready technology designed for easy mounting & bead stability
Pirelli Scorpion Key:
The collection comes in four categories — Cross-Country (XC), Trail, Enduro, and E-MTB. Within those categories, they have different models based on soil condition — Hard Terrain (H), Mixed Terrain (M), Soft Terrain (S), and Rear Specific (R).
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