Another tyre advice question

handful
handful Posts: 920
edited November 2009 in MTB buying advice
I'm finding my standard Ignitor tyres not good for the current muddy conditions (cr@p in fact) and found the Nevegals on my last bike were far superior. Would I be best keeping 2.35s on my I-Drive or would something thinner be better? I don't want to have 5 different sets of tyres in varying sizes for all conditions and found the Nevegals pretty much good all rounders before so will probably go with them, especially as my local loop involves around 6 miles of road followed by extreme mud followed by rocky climb and rocky descent and another 5 mikes of road. I know I could probably get better tyres for each of those conditions but realise the elusive 'all round' tyres don't exist :lol:

Finally, I came across this price and think it's outstanding http://www.allterraincycles.co.uk/product/103005.html It doesn't give a weight so I guess it's the heaviest version?? Could anyone confirm for me?
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