There's a newish tire on the market; an interesting entry from an unlikely source - the BMX / Urban market - that may have unwittingly hit a sweet spot for randonneurs.
Tread design is a cross-hatch pattern, like Rivendell's Roll-y Pol-y or Jack Brown.
No reflective sidewall; they come in pure black or with a red sidewall (no word on other colors).
Comes in 700x35 and 700x45. Wire bead (but I've seen a pic online of it being folded - maybe that was of a concept tire).
I can't find any info on weight, tpi or puncture protection. They're marketed as 'light weight', so I'd have to assume there's not a puncture-resist layer
At a street price of $25 bucks each, I'm tempted to try them.
I've got an e-mail into Resist to try to fill in the missing info.
Response from Resist:
PSI: 80 PSI
Bead Type: Steel Wire
Wall Colors: Red, Skin & Black Wall
Weight: 35C:397g 45C: 519g
No flat-resist technology, unless you consider the low TPI count.