Bontrager LT3 Hardcase Plus Tire

Bontrager LT3 Hardcase Plus Tire
$49.99
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With Bontrager's LT3 tire, you'll get the best of both worlds. The aggressive side knobs bite into the dirt, while the connected center tread rolls fast on pavement. It can be used either as a front or a rear tire for great traction anywhere. Plus, the Hardcase triple-protection system offers great durability and flat prevention!

1) Bead-to-bead, abrasion-resistant, woven Exo Casing is 16% more resistant to flats from sidewall cuts.
2) Kevlar Durabelt provides an additional 58% increase in puncture resistance.
3) Anti-pinch design is twice as resistant to pinch flats as standard tires without this feature; it also protects the rim from damage.

Part Numbers

Option UPC MPN Store SKU
26 x 1.6 601479064953 412693
26 x 2.0 601479064939 412692 TIR35719011S

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3.0

(based on 1 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Durable rubber 
  • Fast smooth ride 
  • Lightweight 
  • Resistant to element 

Cons

  • Poor traction 
  • Scary on the turns 

Best Uses

  • Casual riding 
  • Road biking 
  • Upgrade 

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3

Fast smooth and quiet

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from Just pulled N2 Phoenix AZ

About Me Casual/ Recreational

Pros

  • Durable Rubber
  • Resistant To Element
  • Lightweight
  • Fast smooth ride

Cons

  • Poor Traction
  • Scary on the turns

Best Uses

  • Road Biking
  • Upgrade
  • Casual Riding

Comments:

Was a major upgrade over my old tires fast smooth and quiet and gave my bike a whole different feel but you gotta watch it on the turns can get a little scary. The thing I like most is no flats nothing and I've been trying to see if they do what they say they do so far so good . Im a truckdriver and I ride in all sorts of terrain and the thing I hated most was flats which is how I came across these tires . I've been cruzin around Moab Ut, Colorado rockies Oregon mt hood bend Or Mazoula Mt. The bad lands of north Dakota to the shores of of the west and east coast yes I get around im not a gone ho type I just luv to explore new places but having to stop cause of a stupid flat Oooo that just kills me. O you can cruse around in the hard stuff as long as your just exploring not flying around they tend to slip on steep climbs and real loose terrain but for running around town and across the dirt lots and stuff like that yes I would recommend it more for that type of use but take it easy at first so you can see how they handle on the turns

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