Now available in a Limited Edition Skinwall. Schwalbe's G-One Allround Gravel Tire stays on top of rough terrain with a larger volume and low-profile knobs. The OneStar triple-compound rubber provides excellent grip and longevity, which is only enhanced by Schwalbe's MicroSkin technology. The G-One's casing features a vulcanized high-tensile micro fabric on the backside that creates an airtight seal, even at high pressures. It also has the benefit of adding more cut resistance all around, letting the G-One stand up to even the harshest adventure terrain with ease.
Available in 700 x 38mm. 127 EPI casing. Claimed weight is 420 grams.
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Great tubeless tire for gravel and road
These came on my Trek Checkpoint SL5 carbon gravel bike and they are great. The came setup with tubes but I had my LBS set them up tubeless as Im playing on dirtmud as much as I am gravel and road. The handle great, run fast and smooth on the road and grip dirt very well. Im buying more for backup.
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