|The new Cazaderos on the Badger|
As for the weight, they came in at 530 grams a piece. That's pretty crazy light when you consider that many gravel tires in the 40-42mm range weigh this much So, there isn't much to go around for material on a bigger casing. I won't be expecting these to be very tough tires.
They also fit my rims, which are a Stan's designed rims, super tight! I haven't worked that hard to mount tire's in a long time! As a side note, the Teravail Sparwood's I removed came off far easier than they went on these rims, which was almost as difficult to do as these Cazaderos were to do. I suspect that the Cazaderos will stretch quite a bit as well. Especially after I rode these new tires. They are very supple!
In fact, they require a bit more air pressure than I would normally consider for this large a tire. I had about 40psi in the back and that was about 5 psi too low, I think. I need to do a lot more experimenting with air pressures to figure out this tire. At least it looks good,