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Framed 29+ x 3.0 Bike Tire

Framed 29+ x 3.0 Bike Tire
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Description: Framed 29+ x 3.0 Bike Tire

Jump into the newest tire technology with our NEW 29+ tires designed to keep you rolling fast and in control. You now have the ability to switch to a slightly leaner and meaner wheel and tire set up on your fat bike for more year round action with one bike!

29+ size refers to a 3 inch width that offers some of the benefits of fat bikes in a more manageable platform for trail and all terrain use. FRAMED 29+ tires are a full blown mountain bike tire on a protein diet! Trimmer and faster than your fatty with more control and float than a normal Mountain Bike tire. This tire has an aggressive tread to hook up on the trail yet is fast and maneuverable on just about any conditions.



Key Features of Framed 29+ x 3.0 Bike Tire:
  • Size: 29" X 3"
  • Intended Use: Fat Bike
  • Defined Color: Black
  • TPI: 120
  • Tire Bead: Steel Wire Bead
  • Tubeless Ready: No
  • Tire Type: Clincher
  • Weight: 2 lbs 1 oz.

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Great 29+ Option
These tires have also won me over. The Innova compund and tread pattern has me hooked. They roll super fast on harder packed trail and hold a corner great. The weight is much less than Chupacabra, Knard, or Chronicle. I have the slighly heavier wire bead version and like them so much that I will likely get another set in the folding bead. I run them on the Framed 50mm 29+ wheelset and can't get them tubless, but that has more to do with the rim. They are working great with a Specialized Turbo 29er tube, which saves a ton of weight over the 29x3 tubes. The tread pattern is great for everything I have ridden on and the float on the 50mm rim is not as much as my 4" tires, but enough to get through the sand that I see on some of the 2 tracks in my area. I have about 500 miles so far on these and will likely roll with them for next season when the snow melts.
November 17, 2015
Traverse City, MI, US
Age: 25-44
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3.5/5 This is a pretty good tire for the money. I would recommend it.
I wanted to build a budget friendly 29+ wheelset for my fatbike and this tire fits the bill. It handles and clears mud well, is great on hardpack but has issues with pea gravel, picking up and throwing a record amount at me and my frame, I'm hoping this calms down with wear on the tire, I think it's the gaps in the tread. It corners fairly well in gravel, not amazing. Also The House put down their "usually cost" price on the packing slip not what I actually paid (which was the $40 price that is a very good price for these tires) but that meant I got hit with double the duty when my tires finally arrived, be warned CDN buyers.
September 18, 2016
AB, CA
Age: 25-44
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4 months ago
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Will this tires work on your fatty slim rim?
A shopper on Oct 16, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Oops.. here is the correct rim: http://www.the-house.com/qfr29prq190bzz-framed-fat-bike-wheels.html