Aggressive file tread, or super low-profile knob design?
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.
G is Vittoria's unique Graphene compound - The result is a compound that is superior in speed (rolling resistace) grip,durability and wear resistance.
Ramped center scales providing a fast rolling leading edge.
Sharp, responsive braking and cornering edges.
320 TPI cotton tubular casing: the pro rider’s tire of choice.
Functionalized GRAPHENE 2.0 compound delivers ultimate performance.
3 compounds in the tread (3C) for increased wear life and grip
|650||47||47-584||Tubeless Ready (TNT)||Gravel||Nylon 120 TPI||Anthracite Sidewall||550g|
|700||31c||31-622||Tubeless Ready (TNT)||Cyclocross||Nylon 120 TPI||Anthracite Sidewall||400g|
|700||33c||33-622||Tubeless Ready (TNT)||Cyclocross||Nylon 120 TPI||Anthracite Sidewall||410g|
|700||38c||40-622||Tubeless Ready (TNT)||Gravel||Nylon 120 TPI||Anthracite Sidewall||490g|
Great as a front tyreBy: Gavin on 15 January 2021I have this on a hybrid with a Vittoria Cross XN Pro at the back, meant to be 32mm but actually 31mm wide. Fulcrum Racing Quattro CX wheels. Some people say the Vittoria Terreno Dry tyre sets up big. It doesn't on these 18.5mm rims, about 33mm as it should. I use tubes. I don't know about wear yet but they are fast even though the weight is about 400g plus tubes. I have it at the front anyway so wear will take longer. Good on the loose dirt that comes with compact paths. Good through sand and grass. I like them so far and have no problems buying more in the future.
Almost a 5 star ratingBy: Robert on 9 August 2020Using these on a TCX, the grip and rolling speed are excellent provided you keep in mind that they're for dry conditions. Tubeless set up was very easy on DT Swiss rims but the only downside is that they wear very quickly and will need to be replaced more often than expected.
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