Zeasnate technology is developed to ensure optimum traction of the winter tyres while maintaining flexibility at low temperatures.
The thread rubber compounds contain Zeosil silica filler and high content of natural rubbers (up to 80%).
The “Rubber Z-stud” - due to sophisticated tread pattern, it is designed in such a way that while running additional sharp edges are formed, the “stud” cuts into packed snow and guarantees additional gripping and safety, not increasing noise level and not destroying road surface.
Innovative technology and new materials used for the Premiorri ViaMaggiore production make it possible easily to overcome challenging sections of winter roads (snow slush, packed snow, ice) and guarantee
Maximum grip and stability at winter driving due to unique Zeasnate technology and optimum number of rubber Z-studs in different parts of the tread pattern.
Better wet grip and resistance to aquaplaning.
The best angle of wide grooves inclination provides quick water and slush removal from the contact patch. High density of small lateral grooves creates numerous additional edges that split the water film.
Improved stability and gripping on packed snow and ice due to toothed steps on edge.
Lateral stability on packed snow is ensured by aggressive lugs without rounding. Additional lateral gripping at turning due to bias cross grooves with optimized inclination.
|Rim diameter, inch||16|
|Max. load, kilogramforce||750|
|Maximum load pressure, kPa||300|
|Allowable alternative rim||6J; 7J; 7½J|
|Overall diameter, mm||685|
|Section width, mm, not more||221 on a rim 6½J|
|Max. speed,km/h (Speed rating)||190(Т)|
«This tyre is a leader in braking on wet and dry asphalt; it ensures good handling on roads cleaned from ice and snow. Moreover, this model is among the best for its braking characteristics on snow.»
«Ukrainian tyres with British design (as indicated on a sidewall) and Italian name turned out to be the most versatile among budget tyres. They have excellent characteristics on snow and ice, a bit poor on asphalt, but far from total failure»