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Panaracer Gravelking SK+ Tire - Tubeless

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  • Black, 700 x 35mm
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  • Black, 700 x 50mm
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Gravelking SK+ Tire

Redesigned for the gravel roads we ride, the Gravelking SK+ has the same semi-knob tread we loved in the original with a more robust casing to protect against flats. The Gravelking has Panaracer’s Zero Slip Grip rubber compound for superior traction when we need it, with a fast-rolling center tread to carry speed on smooth sections. More aggressive lugs on the outside of the tire help us corner with confidence through loose terrain, washboard, or singletrack. Panaracer’s ProTite Shield Plus casing adds the layer of protection we need for our tires to float on past the road hazards that would otherwise cause a flat and off to the next horizon.

  • Gravel tire with added puncture protection
  • Grippy tread for unrelenting grip across gravel roads
  • Tubeless-ready and wider casings for running lower pressure
  • ZSG Natural Compound balances rolling speed with durability
  • ProTite Shield Plus casing protects from flats
  • Max tubeless pressure of 60PSI ensures a cushy ride
  • Recommended for use with internal rim widths of 22mm or less
  • Item #PANB003

ZSG (Zero Slip Grip)
700 x 32mm, 700 x 35mm, 700 x 38mm, 700 x 43mm, 700 x 50mm
AX-Alpha Cord
ProTite Shield Plus
[maximum] 60psi
Claimed Weight
[32mm] 360g, [35mm] 420g, [38mm] 460g, [43mm] 540g, [50mm] 640g
Recommended Use
gravel, cyclocross

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>Rating: 4

Nice tire, a huge pain to mount tubeless

I've used it several times

Classy looking with the brown sidewall. Roll fast on pavement and have plenty of grip. Pretty strong casing and sidewall, which I tested several times when they lost air after trying to set them up tubeless. Speaking of which, these are remarkably tight and a bit of a pain to set up. I messed up the thin rim tape trying to get them on and off a few times with plastic tire levers. Switched to gorilla tape and problems went away.


Are the 32 mm now tubeless-ready just like the 35 millimeter and up?