• Michelin - Wild Grip'r 2 Advanced Tire - Tubeless - Black
  • Michelin - Wild Grip'r 2 Advanced Tire - Tubeless - Black
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Michelin Wild Grip'r 2 Advanced Tire - Tubeless

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    Tech Specs

    Compound:
    Gum-X, Magi-X
    Size:
    27.5 x 2.35in
    Type:
    tubeless-ready clincher
    TPI:
    33
    PSI:
    [max] 58
    Bead:
    foldable aramid
    Claimed Weight:
    1070g
    Recommended Use:
    enduro, trail
    Manufacturer Warranty:
    limited

    Inspiring enduro enthusiasts.

    When you're hungry for a hefty helping of trails with variable conditions, seating up a tire with dirt-locking grip is an essential item on the menu. With the Michelin Wild Grip'r 2 Advanced Tubeless Tire you'll find just that, with rugged lugs to keep you connected through loose berms, slick mud, and dusty desert classics, plus puncture protection for some peace of mind when you dive down backcountry trails laced with debris.

    These tubeless tires start off with siped, block lugs that hold tight to the trail, and pull mud and water away from the tread to keep your grip secure. The blocks alternate between being bridged together and standing solo to give you hold in different conditions. Along the outer edge, beefy square lugs sit tall and bold to dig into loose dirt to boost confidence when rolling into steep, banked berms.

    • A tacky tire for train and enduro endeavors
    • Aggressive lugs lock into all trail conditions
    • Stay secure on dusty berms with beefy side lugs
    • Alternating bridged and solo knobs reduce flex
    • Tacky compound boosts longevity and grip
    • Withstand sharp trail debris with 33-TPI casing
    • Reviews
    • Q & A

    Weak tires

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I tried this tires on rock gardens and in the second trail they broke. A friend of mine also has them and had the same result. Cheap but not a good investment. Really disappointing

    Won't hold air

      It leaks, it won't hold air, I tried it on both of my rims already but I guess Ill just put an inner tube in it, I got a weinnman and a wtb rims but it's not worth it

      First Time Tubeless

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      Just took the tires out to Theodore Wirth Regional Park. The trails have lots of climbing and plenty of twists and turns. These tires would not wash out in slick turns. Climbing was awesome. I purchased 2 of these tires. I contemplated running the rear tire in reverse but opted to run it just like the front. I set my wheels up with Mercury tubeless tape and filled the tires with 4oz of Orange Seal Endurance Sealant. Tire pressure at around 28 psi.