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$50.99 $84.99 40% Savings
Ridden by one of the fastest teams on the World Cup DH stage, steep, rowdy downhill tracks are no match for Specialized's Slaughter DH Tire. With a low-profile center tread and blocky side knobs, it rolls fast and corners like none other. You'll also dig the dual-compound tread that provides heaps of traction and the dual-ply casing that wards off pinch flats when you're pinning it like Specialized's World Cup stars Aaron Gwin and Troy Brosnan.
$52.49 $74.99 30% Savings
The Maxxis Aspen helps you push your racing to the limit. In the center, low-profile knobs roll quickly and their wide spacing effectively sheds mud. On the sides, aggressive knobs made of softer rubber grab the trail when you're really leaning into a turn. Plus, the high-volume casing gives the Aspen some extra float in the rough.
$53.99 $89.99 40% Savings
Specialized's Clutch DH tire is perfect for downhill racers and technical riders looking for a sweet mix of speed and traction. The low knob pattern and dual-compound tread provide the control for everything from loamy, tacky dirt to the extreme wet-weather terrain of the North Shore. Plus, those big side knobs rail corners, while the butyl-stiffened sidewalls and two-ply casing resist pinch flats during high-speed hits.
$60.00 $100.00 40% Savings
Steep, rowdy downhill tracks are no match for Specialized's Butcher DH Tire. Its large, evenly spaced knobs grip hard in loose conditions for a confident, predictable ride. You'll also dig the dual-compound tread that provides heaps of traction and the dual-ply casing that wards off pinch flats when you're pinning it like Specialized's World Cup stars Gwin and Brosnan.
$76.99 - $84.99 $84.99 - $109.99 Up To 23% Savings
Train this winter and crush your friends first thing this spring. Continental’s Nordic Spike is available with either 120 or 240 hardened-steel studs that bite into the ice. The wide-open tread pattern sheds snow and mud for excellent traction as well. Plus, the large volume lets you float through the soft stuff.
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