Kenda Hellkat DE RSR AGC Wired Tyre 27.5 x 2.4

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Kenda Hellkat DE RSR AGC Wired Tyre 27.5 x 2.4

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Wheel Size 27"

Size 27.5 x 2.40

Bead Wire

TPI 60

Weight 1110g

The Hellkat is an all-new gravity tyre, developed with UR Team pro riders. An optimised tread design lets you rip across a wide range of conditions, never letting you down through sharp turns or aggressive braking. Equipped with Advanced Gravity Casing, the Hellkat is unimpressed by any sharp object you may encounter on your ride. Don’t be just fast - be fast as hell!

  • Advanced Gravity Casing (AGC) - KVS and Iron Cloak help prevent cuts and punctures, and a 20mm apex reduces the chance of pinch flats or burping.

  • RSR evolution - New RSR dual layer compound for better control and long tread life.

  • Versatile - Tread design is optimised for a wide range of conditions balancing traction, handling and rolling speed.

  • Tubeless ready – Saves weight and provides a better rolling performance and more controlled handling. Riding tubeless also reduces the chance of flats.

AGC

The Advanced Gravity Casing (AGC) is Kenda‘s latest innovation for gravity orientated riders. A strip of Kenda Vector Shield, a lightweight material of woven aramid, is built in under the tread area and along the sidewalls to protect from punctures and cuts. It offers nearly three times more cut resistance than standard protective materials. A 20mm apex along the bead prevents pinch flats and burping. Our lightest and strongest gravity casing up to date.

RSR DUAL LAYER (RSRDL)

Kenda has developed this compound for a new generation of gravity tyres - an evolution of the existing Race Stick-E Rubber (RSR) compound. Building on the impressive original, the new RSR compound is a dual layer tread rubber, with the soft RSR compound on top and the stiff SRC on bottom. This new dual layer compound offers better performance because the stiff bottom SRC layer serves as the hard foundation for the softer RSR layer to push against. The result is a compound that provides better control and lasts longer than previous versions.