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Schwalbe vs armadillo

Old 03-02-12, 12:39 PM
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Originally Posted by Kojak View Post
Next time around, you could throw this tire on your list to consider. It's a fairly heavy tire (especially considering this is in the race portion of our catalog), but will roll nicer than the Marathon or Marathon Plus. It has a very similar puncture protection belt as the Marathon Plus, but in a "race" style tire with a dual compound for better conrering grip.

Yep, that's been by far the most puncture resistant tire I've ridden that isn't like ice skates on wet roads.

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The Durano Plus looks nice. I'll keep it in mind.
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