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Schwalbe Ultremo DD Tire - Clincher $0.00
Race what you brought.
The Schwalbe Ultremo DD Clincher Tire has been designed with your favorite wheels in mind. That is to say, this is the type of practical tire you can put on your favorite lightweight wheels without thinking you are being sacrilegious in installing some crude winter training tire on your prize Zipps or Reynolds. Because, let’s face it, we all prefer riding our best wheels whenever we can -- it’s just more fun. That said, we can hardly risk flats every ride. That's why we like the blend of durability and lightness of the Ultremo DD Tire.
The DD stands for Double Defense which indicates that Schwalbe employs both their Snakeskin fabric protection from bead to bead and their HD Ceramic Guard as puncture protectors. The Snakeskin protects the sidewalls and the HD ceramic belt is for the middle of the tire to protect against more traditional glass and sticker pin pricks. It's made with a radial casing construction that allows the tire to flex better and absorb the irregularities of the road surface. The radial design also produces much less friction resulting in much longer tread life.
The Schwalbe Ultremo DD Clincher Tire has an exceptional weight to durability ratio that will impress even the most finicky weight weenie. It's available in Black in 700c x 23 and 700c x 25.
- HD Ceramic Belt plus Snakeskin fabric makes the Ultremo DD nearly impervious to the sharp and shiny things in the road
- Light and fast enough to race on
- Triple Nano Compound provides a smooth ride
Reviews & Community
toughest fast tire I've ever ridden
I've ridden for many years but I've never ridden anywhere where the roads are as littered with glass, sharp rocks, and goat head thorns as here in Utah. So far, the only tire I trust on the roads around here is the Schwalbe Ultremo DD, especially when my rides are as likely to include a 60mph downhill as not.
Couple them with a good latex tube and it's the best flat prevention you'll get without filling your tire full of some sort of heavy flat-proofing goop.