Item # PAN0007
Panaracer GravelKing Tire - Clincher $45.99
Leave the beaten path behind with the gravel-crushing confidence of the Panaracer GravelKing Tire. Optimized for adventurous tours and gravel grinds, the GravelKing is reinforced with an Anti-Flat casing that protects it from inconvenient flats across remote areas where help is a long way off. The ZSG Natural Compound and grippy tread pattern promote confidence along off-road stretches and gravel roads—all without compromising rolling efficiency when you encounter some asphalt on the way back to town. Please note, the original GravelKing isn't the best option for muddy off-road stretches, as Panaracer has a mud-specific version of this tire for these sloppy conditions.
- Reinforced for gravel grinding along rough stretches
- Grippy tread for added confidence across gravel roads
- ZSG Natural Compound balances rolling speed with durability
- Anti-Flat Casing prevents inconvenient flats and punctures
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Reviews & Community
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I'm running the 32mm with brown side walls. Looks great and they are fast rolling and durable. Construction is first rate and each tire weighed exactly the same, which generally bodes well for the brand's QC. Excellent grippy pattern, I've been riding them on roads with on again/off again snowfall with sand, gravel, and slush and they feel very secure cornering at just under 50psi. Knock on wood, no flats yet and my ride times are even faster than on my 700cx25mm road tires.
Are these tubeless compatible?
Nice looking, classy tire, grippy, tough
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Bought in 32c and with brown side walls. Super classy looking and well engineered. Nice, strong/tight bead. Excellent grippy pattern, and has survived about 25 miles of some really tough fire roads with fist sized rocks, sharp bedrock, sand, etc. I do feel they may be a bit slower on the road, compared to the Compass tires I had, and the specialized roubaixs. Call it 5% slower. Maybe it is just me though. But the build is much sturdier than the Compass tires, which suffered flats from minor stuff on the road (though they were more supple. And I didn't love the bead/rim connection on them).