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e*thirteen components TRS Plus 27.5in Tire - 2018

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If the stock set of tires that came on your up-for-anything trail bike are starting to show their limits, consider where they're lacking most. If better grip on spiny, slick roots is what you're after, take the e*thirteen TRS Plus 27.5in Tire out for a spin. With a dual-compound construction and aggressive tread pattern, the TRS line was developed to help you clean lines confidently in conditions that are wetter and softer than ideal.

Designed with the weekend warrior more than devout racer in mind, the TRS Plus comes with a dual, rather than triple compound compared to its TRS Race sibling, but the same reinforced sidewall and pinch zone construction so that flats don't slow down your ride. Hungry side knobs backed up by enduro-specific casing bite down confidently on soft berms, and sipes atop each knob improve traction when you need to unexpectedly dump speed ahead of a fallen tree blocking the trail.

  • Up your grip on damp days with this tacky tire
  • Tall side knobs reinforced to prevent rollover on corners
  • Sipes on knobs promote traction and stability
  • Reinforced pinch flat zone and sidewalls for durability
  • Requires only a pump for setup when used with e*thirteen rims
  • Item #ETR000R

Compound
Plus compound
Size
27.5 x 2.35in
Type
tubeless-ready clincher
Casing
Enduro
Protection
Apex inserts
Bead
foldable
Claimed Weight
990g
Recommended Use
enduro, trail

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>Rating: 1

Junk

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
27.5x2.4
Height
5` 11"
Weight
195 lbs

The tire came with hole in sidewall from the factory. They replaced. Then THAT NEW TIRE with no hole also lasted 3 weeks if that, found it flat yesterday morning. Will never buy again, not to mention their stupid rims got bent and a ding after 1 time at a downhill park. Ethirteen is junk! Stick to making bash guards! Going back to maxxis.

>Rating: 2

TRS+ 27.5 Tanwall

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size
Height
6` 1"
Weight
150 lbs

I had a set of the 27.5 TRS+ tan walls on my 2019 5010 for a few weeks. Immediately they started to crumble around the center nobs and after a few hundred miles my rear tire punctured beyond patch or plug. I can't definitively say these are bad tires and they rode pretty well, but I'll be going back to Minion DHR II's front and rear.

Same. My first tire came punctured from them installed on bike, than they finally sent me a new one, that one lasted 3 weeks never buying again

>Rating: 5

Grippiest Rear Tire I've Used

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I run this tire on the back of my Intense Spider, and it is hands-down the grippiest rear tire I've ever used. I ran in rain, mud, snow, ice, dry dirt, and slickrock, and it never failed me. Leaning the bike is where it really shows off, thanks too its square profile and large side knobs. I won't go back to Maxxis on the rear wheel.

>Rating: 4

Endless grip

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I picked up a set of e*thirteen tires and have been loving them. I am running the TRS Plus in the rear and have the ultra tacky TRS Race in the front. The combination of the longer wearing TRS Plus in the rear and sticky-icky TRS Race up front is ideal for someone who wants to get decent life out of their tires but doesn't want to sacrifice grip to do so. For some context I have ridden a ton of different tires over the years from Schwalbe, Continental, Michelin, Kenda, Vittoria, and Maxxis. When it comes to spending my hard-earned money on tires I typically go to Maxxis. I believe they have figured out the best combination of grip, weight, and rolling resistance. My go to set up is a Maxxis DHF up front and DHR II in the rear which is ideal for the loose-over-hard conditions typical in Utah. e*thirteen has brought to market an excellent rival to the Maxxis DHF/DHR II combination. In fact, I tend to think the TRS Race/TRS Plus combo offers more grip than the equivalent Maxxis combination. The over-sized side lugs offer excellent cornering grip in all conditions I have encountered. The Apex casing is super durable and I haven't had any issues with flats. I would have given these tires 5 stars if they rolled better. They roll well for a super aggressive tire but compared to a DHF/DHR II combo they are noticeably slower rolling. If you're always looking for the next greatest tire combination, and you like aggressive tires, I highly recommend the TRS Plus/TRS Race combination.