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Surly Nate 27Tpi Bike Tire

Surly Nate 27Tpi Bike Tire
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26 x 3.8in

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Description: Surly Nate 27Tpi Bike Tire

We named this tire for our friend Nate, who is himself large and aggressive. This tire has a shred-your-face-off, run-over-anything, kung fu grip knobby tread pattern. The casing is round and supple. Tall, widely spaced knobs are siped for added grip and compliance. The knobs' wide spacing means they dig deep and still shed the crap you're riding through. The tread is wrapped around the sides of the tire some, providing good knob contour even on very wide rims, which in turn allows good offcamber traction.

Key Features of the Surly Nate Bike Tire 26 x 3.8in:
  • More aggressive tread than the other Surly fat tire options
  • Tall, widely spaced knobs with siping for added grip
  • Tread wraps around to the side of the tire a bit which allows for continued traction while turning
  • Intended Use: Fat Bike
  • Defined Color: Black
  • Color Tread/Side: Black/Black
  • Tire Type: Fat Clincher
  • Tire Diameter: 26"
  • Labeled Width: 3.8
  • ISO Width: 94 mm
  • ISO Diameter: 559 / 26" mtn
  • Tire Bead: Steel
  • PSI: 5 - 30 PSI
  • Wght/Dims: 3.46 lbs. 29 x 29 x 1.5

Nate 27tpi

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I was looking for a winter tire for my fatty and decided on this tire after much research and review. Deep lugs help in deep snow. Probably not the most efficient tire for all conditions, but it'll definitely be the most for deep snow and mud. I'm saving my Vee V8's for summer riding. Can't wait to get these Nate's until then.
tony m on Jan 21, 2014
What about metal studs for ice. Any advice?
A shopper on Nov 20, 2014
Best Answer: There's a fair bit of commentary on the topic of studded fats on the internet. There's a number of people that point out that at the low pressures of a fat tire, there's not enough down-force on the studs to actually get them to bite on the ice, as opposed to a skinnier tire running at a much higher pressure. I have a set of Dillingers and a set of Schwalbe Marathon winters on 29er wheels for my Framed fat bike. The Marathon Winters really grip way better than the Dillingers. So, I run the skinny studded for smoother, icier conditions, and the fats for snow.
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Is this a 27 tpi not 120 tpi, which might not be ideal for snow?
A shopper on Nov 6, 2014
Best Answer: The greater the TPI, tpi is threads per inch, the lighter the tire. Plenty of our staff run the it is an extremely aggressive winter tire and great for any loose tire. Our bike tech (200lbs) run it at 10-12lbs in the winter- but depends upon what you're riding on.
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