The Fast-Rolling Fat Bike Tire
As far as fat bike tires go, you can't get a lighter piece of rubber than the Schwalbe Jumbo Jim Super Ground. If run at low pressures, the Jumbo Jim will provide ample traction but still roll fast when you need it to. It's an ideal tire for dry sandy courses, hardpacked snow, and rough, loose terrain.
The Jumbo Jim is made with ADDIX SpeedGrip rubber, which remains tacky and grippy, even when its environment would try to persuade it otherwise.
The Jumbo Jim comes tubeless-ready, which means that those low pressures can be run without fear of a pinch flat.
Super Ground —Durable and Lightweight With All-Round Application— Schwalbe's proven SnakeSkin construction has been further improved—a light and flexible fabric layer makes the tire cut-proof, both on the tire sidewalls and under the tread. Low weight with good puncture protection allows for a wide range of technical applications— from XC to All Mountain.
The Super Ground construction is perfectly suited for hardtails and bikes with medium travel.
- Super Ground construction
- Addix SpeedGrip rubber compound
- Superior Schwalbe quality
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The product weight specified is an approximate weight based on the manufacturer's specifications (if available) or our measurement of one or two examples. For most products, the weight will typically vary by 5% to 10%.
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