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great snow tires
can climb hills I couldn't get up with my other fat tires
Good overall tire for offroad
120 TPI allows the tire to be more flexible in rocky terrain. The aggressive tread is good for grabbing into loose dirt/rocks.
I would like to see some kind of tread near the middle to help with horizontal forces for sandy situations. That would help when used on the front tire.
Surly Nate tires 120 tpi
work really well on packed snow
I had the Nates which were 29tpi and I bought these because I want the same tire but less weight. I was not disappointed! I love these tires! Lightweight and great traction!!
Of course the cost is high but all fatbike tires are high.
Great tire so far!
Much better grip than my husker du's.
Only have about 10miles on the Nate so far, so i can't comment to much other than its a substantial improvement in snow over my husker du's.
Tire went on my rolling darryls setup tubless on the first try, no headaches, held air with no issues.
Fat tire of choice in Winter!
Good grip, tread designed to self clean, great traction on ice, price is reasonable.
If you are not going to use studded tires, these are the best I have found to give you the confidence to ride in slippery (icy) conditions.
This is Lou's little brother. It is the best choice of tire if you cant fit a 5" Lou tire on your rig.
Good tire for snow
Pretty good on ice snow mix
I would choose other options for sand
I have about 350 miles on the surly Nates so far this winter. They are great when you need traction in the snow. Just did a 30 k race where we had some snow and lots of icy patches and corners. Before the race I was wishing I had a set of studded Dillinger's but after following several riders who had them I noticed they had just as much trouble on the ice as I did. Center studs would have helped them but my point is Nates held their own even in sub par conditions. I like that I can ride on the trails or hop on the tar if I need to without worrying about wearing down a studded tire. I will switch to a less knobby tire for summer though. These throw dirt and sand pretty good.
grip, grip and grip
for new england riding I think its the best 3.8" tire available, I run it tubeless with no problems
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