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Duro Soft Terrain Tire

Our price: $49.99$57.99

MSRP: $76.95 - $99.95 - You save up to $41.96 (42% off)

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  • Has a new high tech design for a broad range of soft and intermediate terrain applications.
  • Provides improved traction, enhanced stability and increased braking power.
  • Top quality performance for less.
  • Compares to Dunlop D773, Michelin MS-3 & S-12, and Bridgestone M203 & M204.

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Good Grip, pretty soft tire

Comments On Jun 24, 2015:Good Grip, Pretty soft tire. traveling through woods and two punctures so far.

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Soft tire for woods and sand.

Comments On Jan 07, 2015:Works well on my 175 IT, with great traction, but it is wearing even with light duty on extreme slow trials/trail sections and conditions.

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good cornering grip but fast wearing

Comments On Dec 20, 2014:I found the duo to have excellent and very predictable cornering grip. However it wore very very fast and that was partly my fault for using a soft terrain tire in the Arizona hard pack and rocks.

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Decent

Comments On Apr 17, 2014:Decent sand tire for the price.

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Excellent rear tire for the dough

Comments On Jan 03, 2014:Great rear tire...lasts along time and is easy to mount..good hook up .for desert and sand conditions with some rock this tire does real well. lasts longer than intermediate duro. I would have rated 5 star, but the front is another story... It tended to wash and not corner well loose conditions if you have a hi horsepower 450/250 and dont like changing 19" tires alot...get this rear tire...

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you get what ya pay fir.

Comments On Dec 29, 2013:2 hours of trailridin in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mtns.of NC and its past needing flipped.Tried to save a little but learned.Also its to skinny for the 450/250 2 strokes.Handful.

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Terrain specific.

Comments On Oct 31, 2013:If you race in 100% soft conditions, this may be your tire. It does compare to soft terrain tires of other brands. I found the tire does not like soft to hard transitions and the square edges will disappear immediately. I personally like the duro intermediate, which in my opinion is 10 times the tire of this duro soft terrain. I would spend the money on a quality front tire also as I found the duro soft terrain front did not transition well from soft to intermediate. Again, good tires if you only ride in the soft stuff. Vet A mx rider.

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wears quickly

Comments On Jul 29, 2011:3 hour practice tire was already loosing its edge after 2 motos tire finished but worked well until then.

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WOW!

Comments On Oct 25, 2010:I had a Bridgestone sponsorship that ran out last year. Not feeling like paying big dollars for practice tires I bought the Duro. Now I not only practice with them, I race them too. This tire is super durable and hooks up in every terrain making it an excellent choice for anyone. Under hard acceleration the tire holds perfectly. Braking the tire is very predictable and controlled, you can slide it or keep it straight. I highly recommend this tire to everyone except my competition, I don't want to give up my advantage!

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perfect

Comments On Oct 29, 2009:I ride a soft loamy track by my house. This tire hooks up awesome. both the front and rear seem to be great so far.
Additional Comments On Sep 29, 2010:very impressed with this tire. It holds up well and works even better. After about 10 races this summer it is barely time to change it. I just ordered another.

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