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Asymmetric, siped knobs on the Geax Gato 26in Tire grip loose, muddy trails and easily sheds any mank that attempts to tag along. A floaty, large volume casing and tall, reinforced knobs give the Gato the versatility and competence needed when venturing out into the backcountry.

  • TNT Tube no Tube technology uses a supple 120tpi casing, reinforced sidewalls, and a Tubeless Talon bead for cornering stability, low rolling resistance, and reduced pinch flats
  • TNT Tubeless Talon tire bead firmly locks on rim edges for easy inflation with a standard pump
  • Note: TNT bead is only featured on select variants

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5 5

Great AM Tire

Purchased this tire as a replacement to Bontrager XR3 on my 2011 Fuel EX. First impressions : This tire rolls surprisingly well as a front tire, looking forward to testing the limits of this design as I will be taking some trips out of state.



I purchased this tires for the type of terrain that it's for. The name Gato means cat in spanish, as you know cats are very agile, just like this tires. Seriously, I noticed the difference right away. Good cornering, good grip and good traction. Half the price of the ones that I use to have. I recommend them to any one who is looking for new ones. Good for loose dirt, roots and rocks. Check their website.



don't make the mistake I made when you install them. The rotation sign will be helpful since the direction of the thread is not clear. Other than that, so far my favorite tires. I will probably buy another pair in the gatos escapes.

5 5

So far so good.

Great tires, make sure your look for the rotation sign on the side of the tire since is hard to tell in which direction the threads are going.