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Description

Designed by the pros for the profession.

Hutchinson joined forces with Julien Absalon and Team Orbea to give the Cobra XC Air Light Mountain Bike Tire a serious dose of cornering performance. Tall, square knobs help you rail berms with confidence, and the low-profile center tread decreases rolling resistance on hard-packed trails. We should also mention that these Hutchinson tires weigh a mere 520g each. After all, low weight rules.

Size chart

Mountain Bike Tires

 

Use this chart to estimate what size tires would work for your inner rim. **Always check with the tire and rim manufacturers to determine exact tire/rim compatibility.

 

Rim/Tire Guideline Chart
 Tire Size
Rim 15-17mm 1.8-2.2in
(4.6 - 5.6cm)
Rim 17-19mm 2.1-2.4in
(5.3 - 6.1cm)
Rim 19-25mm 2.3-2.5in
(5.8 - 6.3cm)
Rim 25-30mm 2.5-2.7in
(6.3 - 6.9cm)

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Unanswered Question

The front vs back tire directional arrow...

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The front vs back tire directional arrow seem counter-intuitive. It seems as if the direction indicated for back should be the lowest rolling resistance and vice versa.

4 5

Do what it says on the tin

These tires have a very low rolling resistance, so are excellent for flying along flat trails.

Just be warned that low rolling resistance translates in to low grip, especially when on loose dirt up and downhill.

I have had no problems cornering, just some slippage when the trail gets a little steeper.