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Butcher Grid Trail 2Bliss Ready T7

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La última generación del neumático desarrollado en la Copa del Mundo, el Butcher GRID TRAIL 2Bliss Ready, recibe tacos en forma de diente de sierra en los tacos de la banda de rodadura para aumentar la estabilidad bajo carga, combinándolo con tacos agresivos en los laterales.

Mientras tanto, nuestro compuesto GRIPTON® patentado mejora la amortiguación de alta frecuencia, al sujetar el neumático al suelo mejor tanto en pequeños baches como en zonas más abruptas. Las deflexiones de baja frecuencia del neumático en la banda de rodadura, pasan sin filtrar, sin perder energía absorbida, manteniendo una velocidad alta. Una vez que conduzcas sobre la Butcher, nunca querrás otro neumático para tus salidas gravity.

Nuestra nueva carcasa GRID TRAIL es más rígida, brindando un mejor manejo en placeres más bajos, todo mientras aumenta la protección contra mordidas en un 15% y la protección contra pinchazos en un 30%.

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  • 4.7
  • 32 Reviews

Good price and quality tyre,on

Good price and quality tyre,on par with an Assagai yet half the price

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Alex R.

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Butchers

Great tire (sticky icky). My evo comp alloy came with butchers on the front and eliminators in the back. Love them so much I bought the same set for my new Roval rims.

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I run the Butcher grid

I run the Butcher grid on both front and rear, using the T7 compound on the rear, and T9 for the front. Great combo for the trails I ride here In Southern California, and also in the bike parks.

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Robert S.

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Great tire!

Great tire!

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Excellent Tyre

It is an excellent front tyre. Using it in front paired with the PURGATORY at the back. It has great grip and it is very predictable in all conditions.


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Great tyre - T7 is

Great tyre - T7 is great for the rear or harder pack surface Not as grippy as T9

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Great tire!!

Great tire!!

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The Butcher is a great

The Butcher is a great tire, have used for several years on my Levo's

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Randy F.

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I love it! To me

I love it! To me it's faster, lighter and same grip as an DHF. Highly recommend it!

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I'm giving this tire five

I'm giving this tire five stars because I got it on sale from Specialized and it does most everything well. I paired it with a 2.6 Purgatory Grid T7 in the rear. Both are mounted on 29mm internal width rims. I can say that together, they're certainly not the fastest rollers I've ever been on. In fact, on another bike I have a 2.5 Minion DHF DH casing dual compound paired with an 2.5 Agressor and when I switched bikes, I felt like those tires took off. The Butcher certainly looks the part of an Enduro tire. It's only weak spot that I can tell, is wet roots, more so than the dual compound Minion. Mounted on a 29mm internal width rim, the tread measures around the same as the 2.5s, but has around a 4mm larger radius. The 2.6s do feel like fun tires in that I don't have to worry about them not rolling over something or losing traction (except for those wet roots). The T7 compound plus the size of the tires will require some extra pedaling energy on the trails. You won't be first to the top of the hill, but you'll be in control on the descent. The inherent drag of the tire means that you can relax a bit on the downhills and let the tire do some of the work. I notice myself not even having to brake in places that I would have had to before. Like I said, they're fun tires. I'm going to mount up a 2.5 DHF dual compound on the rear and see if I can hit that sweet spot between speed and comfort. So yeah, I'd definitely recommend the Butcher for the front. This review is for the 2.6, the 2.3 may behave quite differently. BTW, I think if Specialized would offer the Purgatory in a 2.4 or 2.5, that would be sweet!


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