mpulsiv wrote:Strike through word "best" from your dictionary! There's no such thing. If you are looking for balanced winter tire for foul weather then look no further than Continental 4Season. It's as puncture resistant as Gatorskins (heavier and don't roll as well). Winter tires are far from supple. They key is run at low pressure. 80 psi max (25mm) and its irrelevant how much you weight.
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Best in my dictionary means the best for caracteristic that i described (and best is very personal sometimes) "Is there any better Winter tire in 2016 then Continental 4Season? (Grip is most important, specially on Wet and frozen roades, then puncture protection then everything else)"
Of course there is no "best" in term of everything, but something is better for some carateristic, but lack for something else, etc...
Anyway, thanks a lot, i hope this winter i'll spend more time one bike And thanks for hint about lower pressure (last winter i was using 22mm in front and 7.5 bar pressure, so i fall down )
Now i need some other equipment for the winter, but i'll ask that in different topic