Born from the Racing Lab, a collaboration of elite athletes and engineers, the Griffus 2 4 is the ultimate rear tire for ripping big lines. Staggered, offset knobs provide a continuous contact patch for consistent, reliable traction while pedaling or braking with a low lug height to reduce squirm. The RR Gravity rubber compound features firm structural support overlaid by a softer side density at the surface for cornering traction, with more deformation and slower rebound to help soak up big landings and hard hits. - Versatile profile - Central knobs are oriented for faster-rolling performance - A tri-compound Race Ripost Gravity construction that precisely controls tread deformation and increases grip - A 66 TPI Hardskin casing will give you the ability to handle the most difficult terrain
The latest addition to Hutchinson’s XC / Trail range, the Kraken Racing Lab is the remarkable result of close collaboration between designers, engineers, and XC Hutchinson athletes. The objective? Develop a fast, agile, and reassuring tire with high lateral knobs to allow maximum confidence in cornering or rough terrain.
Skeleton Made for Racing! A need of the riders, combined with the strong will of the Hutchinson development team, has resulted in a top-quality tire made purely for cross-country. A dedicated tire for cross-country racing, the Skeleton will become a key element of the bike, combining optimum balance and performance when pushed to the limit. The Skeleton will delight XC riders who want performance, bike handling, and grip! Its new 53mm width offers a gain of deformation and lateral support, conducive to aggressive and committed riding. Its tread has been studied to offer optimal rolling performance, always in contact with the ground. Intermediate and progressive side knobs provide safety and get full meaning on wide rims. The new XC Hutchinson weapon! - Racing Lab - Tubeless Ready - Hardskin
A dedicated tire for cross-country racing, the Skeleton will become a key element of the bike, combining optimum balance and performance when pushed to the limit.
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