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    The Loveable Panaracer Pasela's or Wolber Coton?

    My old tires are about to burst. I do short commutes on my ride but nothing that necessitates wide, cushy tires.

    With the choice between Panaracer Paselas (700x25c) and the Wolber Coton (700x19/20). Which would be nicer if they cost the same?

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    For commuting I would go with something othing other than the Wolber's........
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    Quote Originally Posted by Capecodder View Post
    For commuting I would go with something othing other than the Wolber's........
    +1 The Wolber is a training tire -
    I would go for the Pasela -Tourguard version.
    - Auchen

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    I have no experience with the Wolbers, but I really love my Panaracers. Just ordered another set. I also recommend the tourguards for commuting.
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    Would the Wolbers be good enough for flips?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lostarchitect View Post
    I have no experience with the Wolbers, but I really love my Panaracers. Just ordered another set. I also recommend the tourguards for commuting.
    +1

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    What??? Only 2 wheels? jimmuller's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Veloh View Post
    Would the Wolbers be good enough for flips?
    Only if you can land softly.
    Real cyclists use toe clips.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmuller View Post
    Only if you can land softly.

    Amy, I'll always remember you...... I miss you so much, for you filled my days with so much joy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmuller View Post
    Only if you can land softly.
    Zing!

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    Where do you even get Wolber tires? I didn't even know the name is still around.

    Regardless, Panaracer has always been my favorite tire brand. I love my Paselas.

    I recently fixed up an old Schwinn with original tires intact. They were Schwinn-branded Panaracers, and even those old tires felt very nice.
    You don't read my signature anyway, do you?

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