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I'm riding in Korea, and found that my usual tires don't hold up with all the crap I ride over. Any recommendations? I tried Gatorskins, but they didn't hold up. I'd prefer a 700X25C or 28C. Durability definitely over speed.
 

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Panaracer Pasela TG

They're available in 25 and 28. I ran them in Shanghai for four years. The only things that got through were a screw and I had a glass cut on the sidewall. I recommend them without reservation. Managed to get 8,000km out of each rear tire. Traction is also not bad considering the damp and incredibly slippery conditions in Shanghai/China due to the amount of construction dust which turns slick with just a little bit of water. Plus, they're readily available in Asia.

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I'm riding in Korea, and found that my usual tires don't hold up with all the crap I ride over. Any recommendations? I tried Gatorskins, but they didn't hold up. I'd prefer a 700X25C or 28C. Durability definitely over speed.
 

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pygrant said:
I'm riding in Korea, and found that my usual tires don't hold up with all the crap I ride over. Any recommendations? I tried Gatorskins, but they didn't hold up. I'd prefer a 700X25C or 28C. Durability definitely over speed.
How are drivers in Korea?
What part of Korea will you be riding?
 
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