Tired Of Your Old Tires? Upgrade To The Trail Boss.
It's all in the name. Trail Boss is at home on..well..the trails! A true all-around-er, the WTB Trail Boss 29" Mountain Bike Tire will love the feel of your local singletrack. This is the tread of choice for many in the WTB office. Want to go out and own it? Be a Trail Boss.
This comp tube-type tire is constructed from DNA single-ply 60 TPI rubber, perfect for that level of durability needed to take on just about any trail. While it does require an inner tire, this 29" by 2.25" tire is perfect for any of the cross-country, trail, or enduro applications you have in mind.
Loose over hard, dirt, loose, rocky — no matter the trail conditions, the WTB Trail Boss 29" MTB Tire gets the job done well. This durable 914-gram tire can withstand just about anything thanks to supportive side knobs. Your next adventure is calling you, go meet it with the Trail Boss for a ride you won't soon forget.
Tightly spaced, blocky tread minimizes rolling resistance until braking allows the knobs to truly dig in
Supportive side knobs deliver traction when trying to keep the bike upright on off-camber surfaces
Commonly used as a rear tire with a WTB Vigilante on the front
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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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