The X’Plor USH is a 700 x 35mm adventure tire designed for mixed conditions. The combination of firm centre ridge and diamond-shaped side knobs provide low rolling resistance and great cornering control.
Perfect for dirt roads, touring, and urban assault. The USH will fit on your cyclocross bike, commuter, or touring rig. The USH is named for the airport code of Ushuaia on the island of Tierra del Fuego, Argentina. Ushuaia is the southernmost city in the world, and the ultimate destination for adventure bike touring.
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I got these for my winter trainer to replace the awful 25 mm tyres I'd fitted previously (I won't mention the name, but they're very well known). They have completely transformed the bike. OK, you would expect a change from a semi-slick 25 mm to a knobbly 35 mm would have an effect, but I was amazed at how much better these are in all weathers and on all surfaces. Grip on slippery downhill corners on the road is exceptional. They really feel like they're 'keying in' to the surface. Hard out of the saddle climbing in sub zero temperatures and no wheel spin, which is something I get occasionally on both road and mtb tyres.. They roll really well and don't seem any heavier on climbs than the previous tyres. Comfort is amazing as I can run them at low pressures (60 psi front and 70 rear). I'm heavy so I usually run clinchers at 110 psi plus to avoid pinch flats. Even my tubulars on my fast bike are set at 100 psi. They also look really cool in an understated way, Can't wait for more time off road to test them further, but in short runs on smoothish tracks they've been great.
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