$37.99 - $77.95
Tight enough tread spacing for high speed, drag-free onslaughts, yet blocky and tall enough to really dig in when it comes time to slam on the brakes. A rounded profile and staggered, supportive side knobs keep clamoring for traction even as the trail loses its camber. Most often used as a rear tire, the Trail Boss also keeps the front in check on hardpack trails. Want to go out and own it? Be the Trail Boss. Usage: XC / Trail / All Mountain Conditions: Dry to Damp / Hardpack to Loam - 26 x 2.25 TCS Light/Fast Rolling: 700g, Dual DNA compound - 26 x 2.25 TCS Tough/Fast Rolling: 900g, Dual DNA compound - 26 x 2.25 Comp Tube-Type: 900g, DNA compound
$37.99 - $61.95
Born out of a need for unwavering traction in every corner of the world, the Vigilante is WTB's premier aggressive trail and enduro tire. The square-lugged, open-tread pattern offers stability through wet or dry, while the prominent outer knobs grip at lean angles like nobody’s business. Ample spacing ensures it flings mud, while also allowing the knobs to bite into loose, chunky terrain. - Usage: All Mountain / Enduro - Conditions: Wet to Dry / Loose, Rocky, Mud - TCS Light: 786g - Comp: 893g
WTB defines the enduro tire with their Vigilante. This aggressive all-mountain tire is the choice of the venerable Mark Weir when he's on the ragged edge. The square-lugged, open-tread pattern offers stability in wet, loose terrain, and sheds mud and debris easily. Tall, stiff side knobs grip even at angles where you're dragging your bars through the dirt. The TCS Tough versions use a burlier rubber casing for support and confidence when bombing the gnarliest lines. Choose between the High Grip rubber compound for a softer, more grippy tire, or the Fast Rolling compound for a quicker ride with less resistance. Either way, you stick to roots and rocks, yet can take harder hits at speed without the knobs flexing wildly. In addition to all that traction, WTB's TCS tires deliver the ride benefits of tubeless tires with the reduced weight of a non-UST tire, so you get the best of both worlds.
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