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e*thirteen componentsTRS Plus A/T Tire - 29in

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Description

E*thirteen TRS Plus A/T Tire

While desert rides may let you get away with small knobs and harder rubber, riding in the wet and wild terrain of the Pacific North West calls for a different kind of beast. Traction is your friend, and tacky grip that can hold on to wet roots and slick, mossy rocks is a must. E*thirteen aims to craft just the right tire for the wetter, rowdier conditions with the TRS Plus A/T Tire. This aggressive enduro-ready tire is built with the same treat pattern as you found on previous TRS tires, with ramped central lugs for low rolling resistance, and beefier side lugs for biting into off-camber terrain, but is charged up with tapered Apex inserts, which are built to improve grip under cornering and braking. The Plus tire uses a slow-rebound, tacky rubber throughout the tire for overall grip, but differs from the Race version, in that it skips the ultra high-tack rubber on the side knobs, which helps keep the price down, so you can save some cash for other upgrades and maintenance.

  • Keep control in rowdy and wet terrain with these tacky tires
  • Aggressive outer lugs hug tight to loose, off-camber trails
  • Siping helps usher water and mud out, and keep grip up
  • Ramped inner knobs reduce rolling resistance, improve braking
  • Apex insert helps improve braking power and cornering
  • Aramid sidewall prevents tears and fights abrasion
  • Tubeless setup reduces flats, allows for low tire pressure

Tech Specs
CompoundPlus
Size2.35 x 29in
Typetubeless-ready clincher
Casingaramid
ProtectionApex inserts
Beadfoldable
Recommended Useenduro, trail

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    >Rating: 5

    Great so far, width is closer to 2.5

    Familiarity:
    I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    Fit:
    Runs large

    Full disclosure - I'm one ride in on these. I would've rather bought Minion DHF Skinwalls, but they weren't really available in a size that fit on my Evil Wreckoning (can clear a 2.5 in the rear BARELY) so here we are. Tubeless setup was pretty easy. Getting the beads on the rim definitely invoked a fair amount of cursing, soapy water and Pedros are your friend. Beads seated fine with a small compressor, sidewalls cried a little bit but nothing awful and they sealed - I rode immediately and the PSI is about the same still as of the next day. Profile is pretty similar to the Minion, hence my purchase. The reviews seemed to be mixed from the pros / major media but giving them a shot anyway, their performance on a slightly wet, rocky, chunky DH trail I rode them on seemed on par with what I'd expect. Speaking of profile - these measure at exactly 2.5 inches on a Shimano MT620 rim with a 34.7mm external width, I believe the internal is meant to be 30mm but it's not reported by Shimano. So if you can't clear over 2.4, I'd avoid.