The New Standard
Wolfgang Arenz has developed many award-winning bicycle tires in recent years but recently decided to combine all his rubber-tech-know-how into the new Wolfpack Tire line. The legendary tire master left Schwalbe in 2017 and went on to create his own tire brand, vowing to only construct the highest quality tires that he could make.
Arenz's special composition of the latest high-end polymers creates a noticeably safer riding experience and provides a feeling of absolute control.
Based on Arenz's experience crafting bicycle tire compounds for Continental, Specialized, and Schwalbe, he developed the revolutionary ToGuard rubber compound, which rolls as fast as other competitors but offers much more grip.
The ToGuard rubber compound, in conjunction with the super-fine nylon carcass and aerodynamically optimized profile, makes the Wolfpack Race one of the best tires in its class.
- ToGuard Compound
- Nylon Carcass
- Maximum Pressure 125 psi / 8.5 bar
- Tubeless ready: no
- 218g (24mm)
- 127 Threads Per Inch
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