The Servent Tire from CST features a 60 thread-per-inch casing and a layer of kevlar between the casing and the treads to resist punctures and keep you out riding longer between flats. A reflective stripe on the sidewall makes you more visible in low light conditions. Weight: 685 grams.
I put these tires on my commuter/cross/touring bike. For the money you wont find a better tire. These perform great on the road and almost better off. I ride these on gravel, dirt, sand, grass, and road everyday. The knobs on the side are great for when the road ends and the fun begins but you would never know they're there until you need them. The tread allows for good traction in wet conditions and sheds water to the side rather than blasting your legs and back. The only draw back is they are a little heavy and with greater traction you sacrifice rolling resistance. Great tire!
PROS: Easy To Install, Durable, Attractive Design
BEST USES: Touring, Commutingcity, Gravel Grinding
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