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Vittoria Rubino Pro 3 Slick Tire - Clincher

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Item # VIT0034

Description

Grippy, comfortable, and fast.

Mount up a set of Vittoria Rubino Pro 3 Slick Clincher Tires and ride with corner-gripping traction, speed-enhancing low rolling resistance, and comfort-boosting suppleness.

Tech Specs

Material:
rubber
Size:
700 c x 23 mm
Foldable:
yes
Actual Weight:
Anthracite Fold, 700c x 25mm: 230g
Recommended Use:
cycling

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4 5

Great all around tire

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

My previous bike had Continental Ultra GatorSkins and Specialized Armadillos because I sought maximum puncture protection --- I dreaded getting flats because I didn't really know how to fix them and wanted to avoid them at all cost.

These tires gave new life to my bike --- it removed a lot of the "dead weight" feel of the ride. They roll smoother, corner pretty well, and do great even in wet conditions. Puncture protection is decent for California roads. The only flats I've had are due to running over things that no tire would protect against.

I get about 4,000 miles on the front and 2,000 miles on the rear. I don't rotate my tires (too lazy). These are comparable to Michelin Pro4 Service Course tires, and between the two, I'd be hard-pressed to tell the difference. The Michelins tend to show "squaring off" when they're approaching their end-of-life for me, whereas it's harder to spot on the Rubinos.

5 5

GREAT TIRE, GREAT VALUE

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

What makes for a great training/everyday clincher? Durability. Inexpensive. Quality ride. Easy mounting. Durable - I got over 4,000 miles from one set, rotated once. Inexpensive - even at regular price they are not expensive. Quality ride - on older, narrower rims they have good road feel and grip well and this only increases with 23mm wide rims. Easy mounting - mounts up without levers.

5 5

Lots of experience commuting on this tire

I've been commuting to downtown Chicago from the western suburbs for 20 years, which amounts to something like 30,000 miles. I consider a kevlar belted tire a must on city streets, and I've tried several brands over the years. But I've been using the Vittoria Rubino Pro for many years now, and it's been better than any other tire I've ever tried. It's not unusual for me go an entire season without a puncture, and unlike some other tires, the Vittoria is light, has a nice supple road feel and excellent adhesion on wet roads.

5 5

Good long lasting

These came stock on my Felt F85. They've worn really well. I've got almost 2,000 miles on mine and still haven't rotated them. I've only had a couple of flats, one in the front and one in the rear. I'm just biding my time till I can purchase a set of red/black ones. I would definitely recommend these.