Vittoria Terreno Dry Gravel Tire (Black) (700c) (38mm) (Folding) (2C) (Tube-Type)

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Vittoria Terreno Dry Gravel Tire (Black) (700c) (38mm)
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The Terreno Dry bridges the gap between file treads, and traditional all-conditions treads. The key to this is the unique angled “fish scale” design, that allows the center tread to roll extremely fast, yet offer traction when loaded in cornering and braking. Add the transitional height mid and side tread, and the Terreno Dry transitions as smoothly as it rolls. From gravel grinding to medium conditions cross racing, the Terreno Dry offers consistent performance.

Note: This tire is the tube-type version and is not tubeless compatible

Features:

  • Center scales are ramped, providing a fast rolling leading edge, yet sharp effective braking and cornering edges
  • 2C compound construction provides long lasting durability
  • File-tread Gravel and Cyclocross race tire, designed for a range of conditions
  • This tire with black sidewalls and 2C compound is the tube-type version and is not tubeless compatible

Specifications:
Tire Type: Clincher
Bead: Folding
Compound | Casing: 2C | Nylon
TPI (Threads Per Inch): 20 TPI
Puncture Protection: -
Inflation: -
Color: Black
Weight: 692g (700c | 38mm)

This product was added to our catalog on February 16, 2022

Douglas Paulsen
Verified Owner
Saturday, Jul 29 2023 (10 months ago)
Vittoria Terreno Dry Gravel Tire (Black) (700c) (35mm)
Well, these are the first performance gravel tires I've tried. First, they're a lot wider than the more general purpose 700c x 35mm tires I had been using from Schwalbe, Continental, and Cross Terra so beware if you've got minimal frame clearance. That said, the Vittoria are a bit more lively than their replacements but at the same time I'm not competing anymore so whether the 2x price really gets me anything meaningful. I have had problems, particularly after communities "plow" their unpaved roads, which leaves the surfaces soft until traffic packs them down a bit. Traction going up loose steep sections is definitely much better with the Vittorias, but at the same time that traction definitely flings more of that loose traction - which sticks to one sweaty legs in this long hot summer. In sum, the Vittoria's are good, but when it comes time to replace them I'll probably go back to the much cheaper, generic, city-bike type rubber.