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Item # GEA0044

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The Geax Mezcal 29 Inch Tire is fast becoming an XC race legend due to its light weight, low rolling resistance, and cornering performance. Geax uses proprietary polyamide threads and material positioning to achieve substantial anti-pinch-flat protection and cut prevention, which makes the Mezcal one of the best racing tires on the market.

Tech Specs

cross country
120tpi nylon, rubber
29 in x 2.1 in
Claimed Weight:
540 g
Recommended Use:
XC race

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What is the traction on these comparable to?

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Schwalbe's Thunder Burt would be the closest in traction. these tires are heavier than those, but have a lot more puncture resistance.

Are these Mezcals TNT versions?

Are these Mezcals TNT versions?

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That being said still a great tire. Talk about being nailed to the trail. Love 'em. Great in all conditions but MUD. And only 70 grams heavier, with greater side wall protection.. figured what the hell threw them on the bike(struggled with that its a tight fit) and I love these tires.

Is this the price for a single tire or a...

Is this the price for a single tire or a pair?