While I really liked the Panaracer Comets that I reviewed here , I was looking to try a tire that went tubeless well and if it was a bit faster rolling on smooth surfaces, then that would be good too. I did not want to give up any tire volume and it if possible keeping traction at a decent level for all our rough dirt roads would be appreciated.
“The ZSG compound is one of the key reasons this tire performs so well. We developed ZSG to resist changes in temperature and weather so the compound remains the same. Hot or cold, wet or dry. This gives the tire an advantage over traditional compounds that soften up when hot, or harden when cold. The tire stays true to the intent. ZSG is also much more durable and longer lasting than standard compounds.”
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