Tyre technology and construction
The density of the braid is measured in TPI (Thread Per Inch), i.e. the number of nylon threads per square inch. The higher the TPL, the more resistant the tire is to high pressure and sharp objects. A higher TPI gives the tire better ground adaptation, offers a smoother and quieter cycling, and most importantly - it makes the tire lighter. As a result, a higher TPI makes the tire “faster”.
Single – One rubber compound used for the entire tire. Optimized for tire long life and very good tire performance.
Dual - Two rubber compounds used in one tread (harder in the middle, softer on the side of the tread). Improves the grip of the tire.
Triple (3C) - three types of rubber used in a single tread are selected to reduce rolling resistance, reduce tread wear and improve traction.
A single layer of nylon that binds the tire together. It extends from bead to bead. The single ply adapts well to the terrain and offers good weight.
The bead uses a wire to hold the tire to the rim when inflated. The wire used in the bead will not expand, but is also heavier.
The use of a foldable bead helps to reduce the weight of the tire without losing strength. Thanks to these materials, the tire can also be “folded” to a small size.
Double anti-puncture system. The addition to the APL (Anti-Puncture Layer) system here is a densely woven EPS layer. This ultra-modern protection reduces the risk of punctures to a minimum.
The technology, which uses a nylon braid with a value of as much as 170 TPI. This achieves an extremely low weight without compromising its durability. Rolling resistance is very low and the grip of the tire in difficult terrain is very good.
The tire with this system allows you to ride without classic inner tube by using specially adapted “milk” with sealing properties. The task of the milk is to cover the defects formed in the tire while cycling. It allows to reduce the weight of the whole set of wheels even by several dozen grams. Thanks to this, we can ride on lower pressure, which will cause that our adhesion to the surface will increase dramatically.