Old 10-17-16, 10:47 AM
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Necco2001
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Having lived in Albuquerque, I'd venture that studs would be overkill, they really are for places where snow sticks around, melts, freezes and remelts leaving frozen slush and ice. Basic knobbies work well in snow, but if you want a true snow/winter tire, something like this is just the ticket.

continental bicycle Top CONTACT Winter II Premium

Or these which are winter-ish

https://www.schwalbetires.com/node/5144

Another maker of studded tires.

45NRTH | Unparalleled Cold Weather Performance
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