The MICHELIN Commander II creates a new same old with reference to durability, yet without making any compromises with regards to wet weather grip, maneuverability or stability. This performance balance provides yet some other eloquent illustration of Michelin’s research and development philosophy: no performance gain to be achieved on one front to the detriment of some other.
Rubber compounds provide remarkable wet grip, without compromising durability.
Adt (Amplified Density Technology) provides a highly dense more rigid tire casing which is helping deliver superb feedback and handling in all conditions.
The square bead-wire package improves casing rigidity, handling and ease of installation.
Silica Rain Technology (SRT) which integrates silica into the compound of the tire tread, at the same time as the MICHELIN Commander II’s tread pattern has been designed to forestall all kinds of uneven wear.
The exclusive architecture of the MICHELIN Commander II brings both maneuverability and stability. The tire’s more rigid, high-density carcass improves maneuverability, at the same time as the aramid fiber crown ply of the rear tire enhances resistance and lightness for impeccable stability, even at high speeds. The a large number of longitudinal grooves of the tire’s tread pattern optimize water dispersal for outstanding wet weather grip.