Vee Rubber Vee 10 29x2.10 Folding Tire
The Vee 10 is a mountain bike tire intended for racing or added speed due to the lower profile knob height. The knobs are ramped and tapered in design. They are arranged in a V shape with a total of 10 from left to right across the tire. The tire is made with a folding bead, dual compound, and 120 threads per inch casing material. We recommend this tire if you're planning on going hard.
These tires are absolutley worth the price. I finally tried them out yesterday, I ride single track mainly a lot of hard pack on a hardtail 29er. There was a litelt slipping on rocks and roots when they were wet and they do pick up mud because of the close tread pattern. In the dry stuff they had great traction and rolled very fast awesome cornering speed as well. Higly recommending these tires!!
I purchased these hoping that I found a replacement for my Specialized Renegade S-Works that came with my 2011 Stumpjumper. Though these tires are fast, I wouldn't recommend these tires unless you ride exclusively in hard pack. These get squirrelly in gravel. I would attribute this to the tire being narrow Note: These tires run extremely narrow. I don't have the measurements but these are nowhere near a 2.10 tire. The Renegades that I had were 1.95 and made these look like a crossover tire. I would not trust this as a front tire. I run it at 25 psi.
I got these on sale, they are VERY light. These are hands-down the fastest tires I've ever ridden on street/hard-pack. They don't have much to offer in the loose stuff we get here in Northern Nevada. Inexplicably, these tires did great in sand??? It's true, they were great in the sandbox. In the right conditions, these would be GREAT tires: for race-day, especially hard-pack.
I use for my dirt road bike. Has low rolling resistance like a small block eight
Mounted these on my Surly Ogre, my bikepacking rig. Easily set up tubeless on my Velocity Blunt wheels. Initial observation, very fast on Tarmac and hard pack gravel, would not be my first choice for Midwest single track due to the very minimal tread pattern.
These came on my Niner Jet9 Price Point Pro Build and I'm surprised at how well they perform. The trail I ride most has a little of everything; loose dirt, hard pack, carpet, rocks, sugar sand, etc. and they've held up pretty good considering the tread. They do roll fast and as John A. said, they get the job done. Great price too.
These tires roll fast. I ride tarmac and clay/limestone trails. They have held up like a champ. Not quite as much tread as what's on a Geax AKA or Kenda Small Block 8. But they get the job done.Actual weight was 690g. Can't beat the price either. Thanks Price Point.