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Vittoria Morsa G Plus TNT Tire - 29in

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    • Anthracite, TNT G+, 29x2.3
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    Tech Specs

    G+ Isotech
    29 x 2.3 in
    tubeless, clincher
    Recommended Use:
    enduro, downhill
    Manufacturer Warranty:
    1 year

    Just fly.

    Step up and drop in on the Vittoria Morsa G Plus TNT 29in Tire. With an audacious open tread and sharp, squared-off knobs, this tire provides an abundance of grip for any enduro or downhill shred session in a wide range of conditions. The knobs also feature ramped leading edges to reduce rolling resistance when you're doing the work instead of gravity.

    The Morsa G Plus incorporates Vittoria's TNT casing, which is compatible with both tubes and sealant-based tubeless systems and reinforced with a Kevlar bead and sidewall protection. This tire also boasts the revolutionary new G+ Isotech compound, utilizing graphene within the compound mix to reduce rolling resistance and overall weight, increase durability, and improve grip in wet weather compared to tires without the G+ Isotech compound.

    • Fast rolling tire for trail riding and enduro
    • Open tread design works well for dry and loose conditions
    • Ramped leading edges minimize rolling resistance
    • Curved siping provides maximum tactile grip
    • Graphene-infused rubber compound improves durability
    • Sidewall protection resists cuts and tears
    • Tubeless ready, but can be used with tubes

    Great value and tough

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I use the Morsa 2.3 as my rear tire in Tucson. Most trails in the Tucson area are very loose and have a lot of sharp rocks. This tire has held up very well and gives me good traction.

    I run it with 3 oz of Stan’s and at about 28 psi.

    When the Morsa is on sale, grab a couple :)

    Great value and tough

    Really great out front

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    150-200 miles on it so far, and it looks and feels good as new. Great front tire for an aggressive XC set up.

    Love 'Em

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These things are great for the area I ride in...Bone dry, fast running hard-pack with occasional rock garden and sharky toothed tech sections. They run fast and punch above their weight class in toughness. They are not going to excel in mud or anything exceptionally loose. What they do do well is go fast and rip berms in dry, hard conditions. Excellent rear tire, pretty durn good front tire. All-in-all, a great all around, do everything, go-fast tire for trail riders.

    Solid rear tire

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I've got about 3 months of hard use as a rear on socal hard pack, its showing some wear which is why I'm back here shopping. I'm a big fan of the performance in the rear but I'll be honest I probably wouldn't use it as a front (I do like the 2.4 Goma as a front). Much like the Goma is like a less aggressive DHF, the Morsa is like a less aggressive and faster rolling version of a High roller. So, it's versatile and predictable and has nice volume, it's noticeably larger than a 2.3 high roller.

    Grip for days!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This has become my favorite front tire this year; have been using in my XC bike, and am extremely impressed by the amount of grip, especially when leaning the bike over.

    I would recommend this as a great trail or rear enduro tire.