Glad to see this real-world, lifetime test! Really leaning hard toward the Duratracs.
I just wish GY made these in a true 35!
Duratracs clung to the grippy slick rock of Moab.
There are 4 key conditions and factors I always consider when choosing a tire:
1. Off-road capability. The Duratracs were absolutely amazing on both the slickrock of Moab and the granite slabs of the Rubicon. I rarely had any issues on rocks when properly aired down. The wider footprint at 12psi provided ample sidewall flex and I never lost a bead. The tires held up amazingly well with offroad abuse, and I never saw a puncture or any other off road related problems.
The tires worked well on the Rubicon Trail.
But remember that whole sacrifice part? Yeah…the DTs are NOT good in the old Oregon’…
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