Originally Posted by spyderco10
It was kind of sketchy at times, but the Michelin PS2s came through
The Pirelli Sotozero IIs are great on the in between weather, including cold/dry and ice. Here in the Denver area we get a lot of snow days, but then it dries up pretty quick and rarely stays on the road for more than a day. Of course, there's some hot/dry performance given up to the PS2, but surprisingly little (you wouldn't take these Pirellis to the track unless it was an ice race). The really shine in the dry cold, staying soft and compliant and don't feel squirmy.