Our first TRS tires were all about grip: grip to rail turns, precisely control drifts, and brake aggressively.
A row of hard-biting side knobs is bolstered by an angled, structural base to control roll under high speed cornering. Sipes provide confidence while transitioning and deliver excellent braking traction, while ramped center knobs keep the tires rolling fast.
A sturdy casing with a reinforced sidewall keeps squirm and flats to a minimum.
Finally, our engineered tubeless tire fit guarantees that your tires won’t burp sealant under extreme cornering loads, or be a massive pain in your arse when seating it tubeless.
So, what's different between the TRS Classic Tire and the TRS Enduro tire? The Classic is more of a trail-tool or blunt object, and the Enduro Tire is a precise weapon.
Our Classic tire is slightly lighter (~30g), less supportive under heavy braking and cornering loads, and also not as reinforced in the sidewall for both support and cut protection. If you don't need to go Mach 5 through the next rock garden or huck-to-flat, then the Classic tire is for you. If you need the uncompromising traction in all circumstances and push your gear hard, then reach for the Enduro Tire.