Vittoria Latex Tube Tires - Clincher

5/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $14.99

Product Description

Vittoria Latex Tube 700c 51mm Presta Valve. At a scant 75 grams, the Latex offering of Vittoria's popular inner tube is lighter than ever. Latex has more elasticity than regular butyl rubber, which helps aid in the prevention of weeping and punctures. A s

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User Reviews

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Zachariah

Date Reviewed: January 30, 2013

Strengths:    ~ Easy to mount
~ Long 48mm valve stem
~ Creamy ride quality, similar to that of full Tubular

Weaknesses:    ~ Hard to source
~ Not cheap, for something that has to be replaced annually

Bottom Line:   
I like these far better than Michelin AirComp Latex - which frequently blistered like a snake that ate a Football. I know they are made by the same company in Thailand - but the Vittoria seems to be of much better size, durability than the Bontrager Latex or Michelin.

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Latex tube newbie ... tube not holding air for more than a few minutes

I bought some Challenge 23mm latex tubes and they are not holding air at pressure (100psi encased in a tube). I am taking great pains to install them correctly, but when I air them up, the tire/tube/wheel combo goes flat after about 30 minutes. This is not normal. There does not appear to be a ... Read More »

latex tube preferences

Looking for tubes for my Hed rims. I will be using PR3's & 4's. I've used Michelin in the past but am looking at options. Challenge, Vittoria, Panaracer or stick with Michelins?Read More »

Broken A23; latex tube

Broke the rim on one of my new(ish) wheels this weekend. I was actually relieved it hadn't just gone out of true -- cheaper, yes, but that would've been a blow to my confidence in building wheels. Notice, too, that the tire didn't flat despite bottoming out severely. Geez, I love latex tubes!Read More »

Latex tube, what's the correct size?

I have seen different sizes for latex tube both for road bike wheel (700C) One size is 700X18-20C and other is 700X22-23C So what's the better one or right one?Read More »

latex tube on century rides

Hi. Im seeking advise from people who has experience using latex inner tubes. I usually ride centuries and some occassions double century. Im a touristt rider, not racer so im basically looking at latex tube for comfort. however as ive read, latex tube loose air faster than regular tubes. Does this ... Read More »

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