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New 45NRTH Wrathlorde & Vanhelga Tires

45NRTH has introduced two new fat bike tires for winter riding the Wrathlorde and the Vanhelga. Here’s the full rundown from 45NRTH!

Wrathlorde 26

Wrathlorde is our all-new fat bike tire for hitting the sketchiest trails you can find this winter. Wrathlorde’s 300 studs—more than any other tire in the 45NRTH lineup—deliver unparalleled grip on icy, rutted-out tracks. The tight, shallow lugs keep rolling resistance low for quick acceleration and maintaining speed. The 120 TPI, 26 x 4.2″ casing is compatible with a wide range of frames and rim sizes. Wrathlorde provides supreme traction and confidence so you can push your limits this winter.

Retail: $250.00 USD

An evolution of the Wrathchild, the Wrathlorde provides maximum performance in the iciest, most challenging conditions. Aggressive, tightly-spaced lugs decrease rolling resistance without compromising on traction while 300 XL concave studs tear into ice like no other tire yet.

  • Deep, aggressive lugs dig into snow
  • Siping creates a more conforming lug for added traction
  • XL Concave studs tear into slick surfaces
  • Tall side lugs provide confidence in corners
SIZE 26 x 4.2″ (559/26″ MTN)
CASING 120tpi Ultralight
STUDS XL Concave Aluminum Carbide
BEAD Tubeless Ready
RIM COMPATIBILITY 70-90mm wide rims

Vanhelga 26

Vanhelga, our all-around snow trail tire, has evolved to help you rule winter. The re-vamped tread pattern is optimized for braking and cornering on snowy trails all winter long. The 120 TPI, tubeless-ready tire features dual-compound rubber and siping for complete confidence in everything from powder to sloppy snow. The new Vanhelga also comes in a 60 TPI tan sidewall option to give your winter rig a whole new look. Vanhelga is the go-to tire for winter missions that cover many types of terrain and snow conditions.

Retail: $90.00 – $120.00 USD depending on size and construction

Designed for trail riding in loose snow, Vanhelga brings traction technology to an entirely new level. The latest Vanhelga features an updated tread pattern increasing ramping on the center lugs for better rolling efficiency while spreading out shoulder and side lugs to increase braking traction and provide more confidence in the corners. Dual compound rubber lengthens tread life in the center of the tire while enhancing cornering control on the sides. Triple-siped shoulder knobs boost traction on ice. The tubeless ready design delivers a super supple ride quality, further enhances grip, and saves weight. In addition to these technological advancements, Vanhelga’s deep and open tread pattern sheds snow and tracks flawlessly when the trail becomes soft and sloppy.

  • Aggressively siped lugs for enhanced braking, acceleration, and cornering control
  • Shovel-design side lugs provide increase braking traction and more stable cornering        than the previous Vanhelga tread pattern.
  • Increased ramping on center lugs increases rolling efficiency.
OPTIONS 120tpi, 60tpi
SIZE 26 x 4.2” (559/26” MTN)
CASING 120tpi Ultralight or 60tpi Tan Wall
RUBBER Dual compound rubber (60a in center, 52a on sides)
BEAD Folding Tubeless Ready (120tpi and 60tpi)
RIM COMPATIBILITY 64-100mm wide rims

Vanhelga 27.5

  • Aggressively siped lugs for enhanced braking, acceleration, and cornering control
  • Shovel-design side lugs provide increase braking traction and more stable cornering        than the previous Vanhelga tread pattern.
  • Increased ramping on center lugs increases rolling efficiency.
OPTIONS 120tpi, 60tpi
SIZE 27.5 x 4.0″ (584/27.5″ MTN)
CASING Ultralight or 60tpi Tan Wall
BEAD Folding tubeless ready (120tpi and 60tpi)
RIM COMPATIBILITY 64–94mm wide rims
RUBBER Dual compound rubber (60a in center, 52a on sides)

For more information visit https://45nrth.com/

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3 Responses to New 45NRTH Wrathlorde & Vanhelga Tires

  1. KB November 4, 2019 at 12:47 pm #

    Word on the street is the new Van Helgas weigh something like 200g per tire more than the old ones. Maybe the new improvements are worth the penalty. Would be cool to see a review!

    • Gomez November 4, 2019 at 3:41 pm #

      Looks like we won’t get our review tires till later this month KB

      • KB November 4, 2019 at 4:11 pm #

        Just in time to help everyone make their seasonal tire choices!

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