Looks like a dogbone smooth ride with water syphoning slots or would that be dry rot to me
All I can say is those extended portion towards the centerline of the tread is supposed to make riding on hardsurfaces somewhat more smoother as it puts a more continuous patch or rubber on the ground without sacrificing agressive cleat or bar area. Hell all ag type tires will spill your coffee on a hard surface.
Well. after 5 days, and dog bone was the only name to come up kind of suprises me. A name given to me from a cooper tire dealer called this thing knee bone.... I like the name dog bone better hell calling it just bone sounds better than knee bone........... Its any body's guess
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