For 2018, our TRS tires are reengineered with a more stable, supportive casing, and better puncture protection.
The reengineered TRS and LG1 tires carry over the same tread pattern, however, the second generation e*thirteen tires use tapered Apex inserts, which dramatically improve grip under cornering and braking, decrease rolling resistance, and dramatically increase the tire’s puncture resistance.
On Race tires, there’s an added a layer of woven aramid reinforcement that not only maximizes air retention, but better protects against sidewall cuts and punctures.
Both Race and Plus tires use a slow rebound, tacky rubber throughout the tire, but the Race version uses high-tack rubber on the side knobs to maximize cornering and off camber grip.
What's in the box: One (1) Tire
|TRS RACE All-Terrain||TRS PLUS All-Terrain|
|SIZES||27.5 or 29||27.5 or 29|
|WIDTH||True 2.35"||True 2.35"|
|PLY COUNT||Single Ply||Single Ply|
|FEATURES||Apex inserts, aramid reinforced casing, high-tack side knobs, slow-rebound rubber, tubeless ready, folding bead.||Apex inserts, tubeless ready, slow-rebound rubber, folding bead.|
|COMPOUND||Race Compound||Plus Compound|
27.5" - 995 grams
29" - 1094 grams
27.5" - 990 grams
29" - 1033 grams
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