The cut-spike style tread churns through mud and loam, providing consistent, predictable grip in precisely the places you need it. But what’s really impressive is just how much of an all-rounder it is across a variety of terrain.
On hardpack, the block-like tread wanders less when turning at speed than a traditional spike, and when it does start to go, the breakaway is progressive and relatively easy to anticipate.
Point the Shorty at wet rock or roots, where spikes can feel dicey, and you’ll be surprised just how surefooted it feels. It rolls well considering the grip, and the 1,270g weight is competitive.