Meet the WTB Ranger — Bikepacking Approved, Trail Ready.
Searching for the ultimate do-all plus tire? Meet the one-of-a-kind WTB Ranger 2.8 - 27.5" Mountain Bike Tire. Whatever the weather conditions, make sure your tire is tough enough to power through any trail. Dry to wet, hardpack, or loam, the Ranger isn't intimidated.
A Dual DNA compound makes for a rugged tire that can carry you through just about anything. With single-ply 60 TPI casting these TCS Tubeless compatible tires feature multi-directional siping. This incredible addition allows for increased traction whether accelerating, braking, or cornering.
The WTB Ranger 2.8 27.5" Mountain Tire has weight-optimized to outperform in all environments as well as excel on longer rides. The TCS Light/Fast Rolling tire is only 803 grams of rubber, while the TCS Tough/Fast Rolling tire is a more durable 1044 grams. These tough tires are perfect for dragging you out of the mud and onto the next adventure.
Excellent do-all tire that excels in various conditions ranging from hardpack to wet trails
Multi-directional siping provides increased traction whether accelerating, braking or cornering
Available in Light or Tough casing to suit your durability needs
TCS Tubeless compatible
TCS Light/Fast Rolling tire weighs in at 803g
TCS Tough/Fast Rolling tire weighs in at 1044g
Designed for trail and bikepacking use
Perfect for hardpack, dirt, wet, or loose over hard trail conditions
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