Choose the right tire for your bike by comparing the performance and wear characteristics of the TRS, LG1 EN and LG1 DH tires.
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TRS tires feature a reinforced tread for maximum durability at a competitive weight. This is a special layer under the tread of the tire that increases puncture and tear resistance./hc/en-us/articles/209763603-What-does-reinforced-mean-
Absolutely. While they are tubeless compatible they can still be used with a tube./hc/en-us/articles/208248696-Can-I-use-TRS-tires-with-a-tube-
Our tires are not a true UST tubeless tire. This means that you will need a tubeless compatible rim and tire sealant in order for the tire to function properly without a tube./hc/en-us/articles/209763573-What-do-you-mean-by-tubeless-compatible-on-TRS-tires-
TRS Tires will work best on rims wdiths from 24-31mm./hc/en-us/articles/209763393-What-rim-widths-do-TRS-tires-they-work-on-
While we are partial to our own sealant, TRS tires are compatible with other tubeless sealants on the market such and Stans, Slime and Orange Seal./hc/en-us/articles/209763433-What-sealant-is-ok-to-use-with-TRS-tires-
Maximum pressure is 50PSI (3.5BAR)/hc/en-us/articles/209763553-What-is-the-maximum-tire-pressure-for-TRS-tires-
Please keep in mind that durometer is only part of the story with tires. We can use the stickiest rubber in the world, but it is completely useless if the knobs roll over or aren't shaped the right way.
With that in mind:
Race level durometer
40A SIDE / 42A CENTER / 72A BASE
Plus level durometer
50A / 61A CENTER