At just under 800g, the Trail Boss Light is definitely more of a midweight and it accelerates accordingly. It’s not noticeably lagging, but it doesn’t exactly leap off down the trail either.
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The 60a compound tread is relatively tall and small but closely spaced enough to roll quickly and quietly on hard surfaces. The rounded carcass tips into corners really easily where there’s a continuous shoulder of softer 50a knobs to lean on.
The TCS carcass seals very easily and molds to the trails very well with particularly consistent control over random roots and rocks. While it will clog if conditions get really sticky it sinks its teeth into loose and/or loamy trails particularly well and we’re always surprised how hard we end up pushing the Trail Boss when we’re out riding.
This is where the Trail Boss Tough versions
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