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Vittoria - Agarro G2.0 Trail 4C Tire - 29in

Vittoria Agarro G2.0 Trail 4C Tire - 29in

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$55.99 Original price:$69.99
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    Tech Specs

    Compound:
    4C Graphene 2.0
    Size:
    29 x 2.35in, 29 x 2.6in
    Type:
    tubeless-ready clincher
    Casing:
    Trail
    Protection:
    TNT
    TPI:
    120
    Bead:
    folding
    Claimed Weight:
    [2.35in] 940g, [2.6in] 970g
    Recommended Use:
    enduro, trail
    Manufacturer Warranty:
    1 year

    Agarro G2.0 Trail 4C Tire

    All-mountain riding calls for a tire that walks a fine line in between cross-country and enduro. To start, you need something more robust than the featherweight XC hoops, but without the heavyweight commitment of an enduro-minded tire. Vittoria's Agarro G2.0 Trail 4C Tire aims to please with a balance between the two, providing considerably more grip than the Barzo cross-country tire, but without enduro bulk of the Martello. It offers leading edge steps, which work similarly to a ramped lug, but provides better climbing grip when things get technical and steep. Progressive sipes offer tactile grip on rocks and roots, which is particularly advantageous when things start to get a little slick. Vittoria employs its 4C Graphene 2.0 compound on the Agarro, which utilizes four different durometers of rubber in the treat, each one stratigically placed for the best combination of low rolling resistance, cornering stability, grip, and longevity. Graphene 2.0 takes Vittoria's original Graphene-infused compound and betters it in every way, with special attention given to wet-weather performance.

    • An all-mountain tire that walks the line between XC and enduro
    • Leading edge stepped lugs reduce rolling resistance, boost grip
    • Progressive sipes hold onto roots and rocks, shed water and mud
    • Graphene 2.0 compound improves wet weather grip
    • Trail TNT casing resists sidewall tears and pinch flats
    • G2.0 features 4 different durometer rubbers to optimize wear life and rolling speed

    Mixed Results

      I usually love Vittoria tires, but had one cut on the main part of the tread within the first 10 miles of use. This was in Moab on Cap Ahab. It was unrepairable and I walked. Maybe this is a one time very off chance deal, but it made me question the durability. The front is holding fine and holds corners well. Vittoria tires in general tend to role nice and have an exceptional ride quality (quiet and soft).

      Two star ding on these only because of the very early flat where I essentially threw $60 out the window.

      Used a Maxxis agressor the rest of the trip without issue. Not a huge maxxis fanboy, but it did hold up better and was exposed to WAY more abuse the Agarro was.

      Great tire for Northern Utah trails...

        So much hype out there over Enduro style tires, but in all actuality, do you really need such a heavy over built tire? The Agarro's have turned out to be a perfect front and rear combo for almost every Northern Utah trail I have ridden this year. Granted, I am not dropping a straight downhill lined with jagged rocks.

        Great traction, cornering ability, low rolling resistance and puncture protection. Very easy to mount with just a floor pump.

        The only time I wish I had something with bigger side knobs is in a really dusty washed out corner - something I encounter less than 5% of my ride.

        If you are riding any trails in the Park City, Ogden, Salt Lake area, I would give these a hard look.

        Not for agressive riding

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

        Tried these on a 2014 Trek Stache 7. I live in Illinois so it's nothing super extreme, but I tried them at Palos. Conditions were very dry. Too much tread squirm. In the quick sections or downhills they were very unnerving. I will try to sell these second hand. I just bought some Maxxis DHF and Aggressors here on Competive Cyclist based on an article I read. They had similar conclusions on the Vittoria, so I feel their recommendations on the Maxxis will be a good fit for my riding style. These are not confidence inspiring at all if you like to ride fast.

        Really nice set of tires

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

        After hearing a friend talk about these tires, I decided to give them a try for my trail bike. I purchased the 29x2.35 for the rear and 29 x 2.6 for the front. Mounting them was easy and they maintained pressure for a few days before I had a chance to put them on the trail. They ride very well and hook up beautifully, even on steep and rooty climbs. Cornering performance is better than the Schwalbe Nobby Nics the Vittoria Agarro tires replaced and they roll beautifully. I also get the feeling that the knobs will last longer and not tear off like the Schwalbes did.

        What is your wheels inner width?